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TiTHl? THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1903. I I 1 .I S( I vin fun i t INJ J Mrs. ?itor od le vh Ladies lailored SUITS FOR FAIL AND WINTER WEAR. EN'S SUIT LATEST FALL ARRIVALS, PLAIN COLOr S AND FANCY WORSTtDS FOR FALL AND WINTER WEA . ALSO BOY'S SCHOOL SUITS, $2-AND IIP, )!i00 a Week Payments ASKIX & MARINE, 'CO.," The VfO'ld's Greatest r CREDIT CLOTHEEtS. 411 Union St. PS X 0 ft? FOR SA "I BEAUTIFUL STYLES IN MANY GRADES. The finest piano that iii on cy and skill can produce, extra massive case,,ctra finely, fin ished; made only in the finest fancy figured burl walnut and finely figured mahogany, or qinrter -i doukfdouUlc- veneered inside and out, is what the National Baptist.. Pub lishing Board offers in their, many styles of pianos. Such as styles 5, G, TO, '12, 'and 14. The tone of these instruments is unexcelled for its exquisite quality. V If THE ARTIST UPRIGHT GRAND PIANOS arc pre-eminent. The tone is clear, liquid, mellow and well sustained aiid affords in all the registers a harmony clear and equal, and of that sympathetic nature which, under the hands of an artist, arouses the enthusiasm of the listener. The prices and terms are with in reach of all. POR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY TO THE National Baptist Publishing Board, 523 SECOND AVENUE, NORTH, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. i. Mary's CITY ITEMS. Prof. Anderson T. Landers, who was connected with the Baptist Pub lishing House a year or so ago, and la ter instructor in printing at Tuskegee Institute, entered the dental depart ment of Meharry Medical College Thursday morning. Profs. T. P. Turner and A. T. Hill, of Pulaski, spent Saturday in the city. Mrs. Noah Brewlington and little son, Noah, Jr., after spending three weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Charles Hm strpet gouth Nashvill t'i At rf r!v liVrcr ct t'Dot rotlirnpfl I dlll, VI. vu- OO wwv.k, 11, r'Tl 1 home to Sparta batuiday. , T ,. , ... 0 . , f . 1vlll Mrs. ii. w. uam em.eiia.meu at a Thnmiwnn efVPPf ins.f pvidav evpninir . .1 1 1 - !.. IT- , C O OCIOCK. dinner in UOUOr Ol 1VI1S. iNU- Aftm- hBin6B n.attpra hnrl Iwn rnni. . J HI I 'L-VV1 14 4 I V, W PJ- v-v- an Urewiingion, OI sparia, anu luib. . f.f1 int M..UnST nrnsrrmn was rpn- ... . i 1! ,L. .11.. jj-.v.vv. ..v.. "0 i' - - O - - cnas. stou, oi uie cay. Hprpri pftpr which arrangements for Mr. James McGoode, the well known the next meeting were made. lle- coal dealer, of 409 Eighth avenue, N., f reshments consisting of punch, canta- is visiting his father, Mr. John Mc- loupes, ice cream and cake were served Goodu, at his country home at Pulaski. Mrs. William Gunter and son have returned from the mountains. Miss Effie M. Johnson and little Rachel B. Johnson, of Fillmore street, have returned to their home. Mrs. E. L. D. Thomas, of Texas, is the guest of Mrs. M jonnson, oi iv ninmore sireet. K0 ilQ was visiting ner tnouici aim Master Edgar Gorden and little sis- wu3. Mr. and iuis. uobt. NicaoioOxi, ui ter lotta, oi ijoiumDia, ienn., are in hjtdar street, leit lor her noi. oatai the city visiung their aunt, Mrs. Pear- uay IB jaCKBUU. i.. i Alltin Vina rut ii ,niiil lo iur. anu xurs. jamesrawiuru, oi ouj. i ltv nir h;ivl,lir Rllt!Ut . Uc.lt,, from a month's. visit to her uncle in Madisonville, Ky. Mrs. A. P. Crews, formerly of St. Louis, Mo., who is now making her home in Columbia with her parents, Prof, and Mrs. J. II. Kelly, spent the week with her brother, Mr. J. If. Kelly, Jr., of Bass street. Mrs. Crews has been appointed a teacher in the Co lumbia public school to fill the va cancy made by the death of her sis ter, Miss Maggie Kelly. Miss Carrie Beatrice Pae has re turned home after a two months' stay in the country. She is stopping with her sister, Mrs. D. It. Battle, 38 South lurs. JLna tjieiii, . oi Ouu wnuu siiutt, Wao nas been visiting u. oio- Lcl, ivilb. AUUa Uiyaut, lU liuuauu iO. Ulb L.aSt Yveei, Uilii lfctUl'Ucu liviiic. Miss iNanme l. oumner, vno ucto spent the tntiie summer in Auanvm,-, Dallas, ,w.. rtturntu to tne ciiy rnuiouaj. . D. and ,i,iss nidieiice iichoibon. oj. ouica- lariki to attend the bedside of her mother, sister and brother. Miss Ophelia Williams, of 1104 Jo Joliii.-itou aveuiut, has been confined to her bed for more than a week. At one time she was dangerously ill. and not expected to live more than a few hours. Wednesday she was practical ly convalescent. Miss E. J. McCafferty, of Chattanoo ga, who was the guest of Miss L. B. Stringer for a few days, returned to her borne last Tuesday. Mr. Noel Price, of Chicago, who has been visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Price, left for Tuske gee last week to attend school. Mr. J. P. Porter spent Sunday in Pulaski, the guest of Prof. David L. White. Miss Benetta L. Foston has returned Eighth avenue, North, and Miss Lucy Lockridge, of West Nashville, spent ast Sunday in Murfreesboro with rel atives. Miss Lockridge will spend a few weeks in Columbia with parents. FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET- with or without board, in a respectable amily, three blocks from Meharry Medical School, 1032 South Cherry Street 2t Mr. and Mrs. Archie Pointer, of 91C Seventeenth avenue, North,- are re joicing over the arrival of Miss Thel- ma Lee Pointer, a fine baby girl. Invitations are out for an At Home, Monday the 14th, in honor of little Marie Singleton's ninth anniversary. It will take place at the Singleton homestead, 1116 Jefferson street. Prof. F. J. Work; of Cedar street, pait oi tne summer in cuauanuotja. one will remain acre a lortuiyat ue ioi e going to taive up her schooi wor. in Virginia. Miss Luzie Wells leit the city veu- nesuay morning lor Ausun, icAaa. one goes to begin woik as liistiuaoi in music in the ieaf, Lumu anu iiiinu cschooi at Austin. xvnss itutn Uiockett, of San Aniouio, Texas, spent vveuuesuay as tne &aci ot mis. It. 11. lioyd. iMiss lociteu will enter Fisit ior her seconu year. Miss Sammie Ewing, ot ceuai street, returned nome noin namum Tuesday morning. Mrs. Ramsey, of Houston, lexas, the wite of Dr. Ramsey, is spenuing a lew uavs in this city. She has been away lioni Texas about six weeks Practically ail or her time since men litis 'uijcucu uia tiiusea iu yiauu auu . . . . ,,,,. u ivnn ,lt)1 -i , .... 1 . . . hcii hiipn siHMir. at rraniviin. ienn., uei voice. -. ye wn also resume his work , , , in , Jackson Mrs. Georgia Wilson, of Donelson street,; entertained i at dinner Sunday in honor of the birthday of her sis cliool for Girls, INCLUSIVE TERMS FOR BOARDERS 300 - Six Dollars a Month. - S600 THE NEXT SESSION BEGINS HURSDAY, OCTOBER 1ST, 1908. f-OR f'KOSfMiC fUS ADDRESS WMDEH, HOFFMAIl HALL, VSHVI LLE, TENNESSEE, old home There seems to be no end to the orders coming in for Negro dolls. The ('rminanv announces that there is a vv.- r w fn.io . Tr p.v,t. nt moo supply now on hand. Those who de Patterson street..; Wv ... to get the dolls right away can Miss Amanda Jordan and Mrs. Clara have as a.iaie bnipmui w rionjoi o-or-o o . flv iv, received last weeii. mey aie aiau u- oontitr in hMni' f irinirman Tiioi, ins placed on exhibition at the Worn of Chicago. an's Exchange on Hamilton street. On Mr, Hickman Black, formerly of this the wnoie, inieresi commas w m- citv. but now of ChicAsro. snpnt a wppk crease. --. o- -x- I . .... ,,, ,r jn n ,1 ann iA .the city visiting his mother and iurs. um. ii. r i wimiu ouu fHgnd have returned from Barren Plains and Vfica AmonHo Tnrdon uHll Icava tha SUl'ingfield city In a few days for Chicago, where ir. anu Mrs- ueo- she will, remain spvpmi wppVq and Mrs. William Franklin and son Miss fionrcin. Tlnfrvrrl rf TTHp-Vi tppntv. were the guests of Miss Suella Beard r - j-)-- iJi0uvvvuiu I , . , I. avenue, North, has returned from her last Sunday, miss ueaiu loon, up uci vacation anrt hna rpaiiniPfl her lahnra school WOl'll beptemDer (. in thp. hnrVUmnlr in? 'rtpnurtmpnt nf thp Mrs. Francis Goodloe, of Ewing Baptist Publishing ' House. avenue, left the city last week for St Mr SamiiPl T, Nnlan Minth cvn. LOUIS. Where sne Will V1S11 uei Udugu nue, North, who has been somewhat ters, Mrs. V. M. Allen and Mrs. Effie Indisposed of late, is slowly improving. S. Bush. Miss Jennie Battle, of Twentv-firsH Mrs. Clara E. Wendell and daugh avenue. North, has retn rnPri fmm Rait ter. Mrs. Sandella P. Beard, are visit Lake Citv. Utah wherp shp has hPfn ins Mr. and Mrs. Hightower, of 41 since June. Lewis street. Mrs. Wendell, their Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Mack and son. of mother, is from Covington, Ky., and uattie i rppR. Mich rptnrnpri hnmp airs, ueara. uieir siswr, is num ixcn after a three weeks' visit in fHpnrls Castle, lnd. and relatives. Miss Clara Hightower and cousin Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Brown and little Lena White, have returned from their daughter, Juanita. in comnanv with visit to Kentucky. While away they Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Sims, snent a verv visited their cousin, Miss Ada Baxter pleasant day with Mr. and Mrs. Alf. of Cincinnati. Hockett at Dresden, Tenn., a few davs Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smothers, of ago. Jackson, Tenn., are visiting Mr. and Mr. F. A. Payne, formerly of the Mrs. Thos. Bramlett, Jr., of Batavia Hopklnsville News, Hopkinsville, Ky., street and Twenty-lirst avenue, worm is now employed as a compositor in Miss Hattie Spurlock, of McMinn the printing department at the Nation- ville, is in the city visiting her cousin al Baptist Publishing House. Miss Hattie Edmondson, of 712 Eight! Miss Mollle Brown, of 1G35 Patter- avenue, North son street, who snent the summer with Mrs. Lizzie Edmondson. who has her parents at Springhill, returned to been visiting in !-pi.ta, Rowland and the city last week. McMinnville, has returned to the city Mrs. Kate Brown, of Patterson, and Mrs. E. D. Curtis, of 720 Tenth her daughter. Mrs. Emma Adams, of avenue, South, has returned afte Church street, have returned to the spending a very pleasant week wit city from Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Killebrew, at Mr. and Mrs. James Claiborne and Clarksville, where she received many their son, James, Jr., of 1033 Patter- social courtesies. son street, spent last week in Louis- Mr. Leroy Killebrew is visiting his ville. brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. S. I Little Oscar P. Cheatham, of Patter- Killebrew, after an extensive trip son street, who spent the summer in through the Western States and Can Smyrna, has returned to the city. ada. Mrs. J. A. Jones leaves for Memphis Mr. John Barnes, of 1411 Pear next week, where she will visit friends street, who has been a porter on th and relatives. She will again return N. & C. Railway for a number of years. to the city after a two weeks' stav In has purchased another beautiful home her old home. on Grant street. Mr. Barnes has been Mr. Jno. T. Cartwright and Miss D. a citizen of Nashville for a number of A. Jones were the guests of Dr. and years and has amassed considerable Mrs. V. R. Baker Sunday evening. property in this city. Mr. John P. Cartwright, of Shelby- Misses Virginia Broughton and Mol- ville, spent Sunday in the city, the lie Iladley have returned to the city guest of Miss Dora A. Jones, of 922 after a pleasant visit tT Chicago. FOR LODGES. 11 p & i IK t mn I J: H r ? mi S 11 ft 0m PLATE I. We manufacture K. P. Lodge Banners is per illustration given above, at prices lecordine to quality of materials and trimmings, ranging from $50 to $75; silk embroidered work from $80 to $110; hand embroidered bullion work from $135 to $260, Specifications furnished on banners at any price desired. :: :: :: ': ' ''''''' " s Pi tend itsk s. Addle McDowell made a very ssive and enthusiastic talk to Mrst Baptist Sunday-school last ly morning. Mrs. Addie Harding McDowell, of Boston, was royally entertained by Mrs. Delia Dwiggins. of Jefferson street, Sunday and Monday. Morrison street. Mr. Cartwricht left Monday for his home. Mrs. J. A. Jones returned home Thursday evening, September 3. after spending the entire summer in Shelby- Mr. J. L. Cockv'll. Jr., left for Hop kinsville, Ky., Wednesday night for a few days. Mrs. Maggie Hill, of 801 Ewing ave nue, after spending a few weeks in ville, on the campus of Turner Normal Franklin, is home again. College. Miss L. A. Carden spent last Sun Miss Louise Wllkerson, of the A. M. day at her home, Pulaski. E. Church S. S. Union has returned Miss Lee Stone was called to Tu- PLATE 2. This snows a very popular design for t?. U. O. of O. V. Lodges. Front made r f white flag silk. Lambrequin, or Cur Jain, of red silk. Painted in gold leaf md oil colors, back of red banner sateen. Trimmed with imported gold lace, fringf tassels, etc.. Hardwood pole, wood croMi bar, jrin cover and holster. Prices JQ v tue abspre Banners will made for any other orgwj' on at sama prices, changing emblems and lettering to suit the Order. :: :: For farther information wrie to National Baptist Publishing Board. R. II. BOYD, Srtary. &3 Second Av N KashvUk, Tniv,.