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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1909.
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I CITY ITEMS
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Mrs. Margaret L. Floyd and little
Cordelia A. Floyd, of 905 Hawkln3
street, left last Thursday morning for
Boston, Mass.
Mrs. J. W. Terry, of Chicken pike,
who underwent an operation at Wil
son's Infirmary May 28, has recovered
sufficiently to return to her home and
is convalescing slowly.
Miss Janice A. Green has returned
to Columbia after visiting friends and
relatives in the city.
Mr. B. F. McEwing, of 1037 Six
teenth avenue, North, is up after two
weeks' illness
Mrs. Sarah Witherspoon, mother of
Mrs. K. D. Hamond, of 1714 Patterson
street, is quite ill
The news that Dr. Bostic, of the
Dental Class of Meharry, '09 had
passed the state hoard of South Car
olina was gladly received by hl3
friends.
Mr. Howard Thompson, of this city,
class '09, Knoxville, is said to have
fully decided to take a medical coursa
at the University of Indiana
There is no excuse for not being in
formed on the happenings of Nash
ville. Simply read the Globe. Send
a copy to your friends.
Miss Maggie Green, of Columbia,
is still in the city visiting friends
Prof. J. W. Work, wife and three
children are spending the hot days
about eight miles out on the murfreeS'
boro Pike
Many of the city teachers will
spend the remainder or the summer
Sunday-school and church supplies
have been received and sent out for
this quarter, Eays Dr. R. H. Boyd.
Mr. A. C. D. McClellan, of the class
'09 Meharry, who was compelled to
leave school and go to Texas in search
of health, writes to Nashville friends
that he is now almost well and hopes
to be in Tennessee soon. He is now
in St. Louis, Mo.
Stop in the Globe office, 447 Fourth
avenue, North, and pay what you
owe on the paper. Some of our read
ers are far behind. Don't you think
it costs to get out a paper like the
Globe? Then help us pay for it.
Miss Bessie Seay, of Chattanooga,
Tenn., who is stopping with her un
cle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Seay, of 1707 Third avenue, North,
was the guest of Miss Saline Peter
son, of Herman street, accompanied by
Miss Mabel McKay and Mr. J. It. Rob
inson. Mrs. Mary Watkins McClelland, of
St. Louis, Mo., is in the city visiting
relatives and friends.
Miss Lucile Jordan, of Stevens
street, left last Saturday for Battle
Creek, Mich., to visit relatives.
Miss Sadie Stratton, of Jackson
street, left last week for Memphis,
where she will spend the summer.
Miss Carrie B. Page is visiting her
aunt, Mrs. Ellen Johnson, of East
Nashville, 318 Cowan street.
for their grand three nights' enter
tainment to be given at the R. R. As
sociation building, beginning July 26.
ENTERTAINED.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mayberry, of
1527 Fourteenth avenue, North, en
tertained a few friends Tuesday night
in honor, of Miss Magnolia White, of
Murtreesboro. Music and games
were indulged in until a late hour,
when refreshments were served.
Those present were Misses Magnolia
White, Wrights, of Chicago; A.
L. Maberry, Evelena James, M. D.
Mayyberry, M. Lee, Mrs. Parkerson,
Mrs. M. Ervin, Messrs. Parkerson,
Harris, C. W. and J. E. Orr, G. Lee, C.
Jones and Giles.
OUT OF DARKNESS
OR DIABOLISM AND DESTINY.
A THRILLING ROMANCE OF REAL RACE LIFE.
BY J. W. GRANT.
A book full of stirring scenes and lively incidents just out- Don't fail
to read it. bend m your order at once.
Price $l,OOi By mail $1.10
NATIONAL BAPTIST PUBLISHING BOARD,
SEND ORDERS TO
J. W. GRANT,
411 Fourth Avenue, North, NASHVILLE, TENN
Residence 41 1 8th Ave. N.
Phone Main 344 0
MRS. HUGHES, HONOREE.
No event of tbe season has been
moie charmingly beautiful in every
particular to the you"g ladies of th3
H. T. G. M. Club, than the entertain
ment given them on Thirsday even
ing, July 1, by Mrs. Henry Allen
Boyd in honor of her house guest,
Mrs. Sarah M. Hug'ies, of San An
tonio, Texas. Ferns, carnations and
rosea in pink and white were the ef
fective floral decorations. As the
guests arrived they were served fruit
frappe from the porch by little Katie
Mrs. Mabel A. Bailey
Trained Nurse
All calls answered promptly.
NASHVILLE, TENN.
OFFICE HOURS:
11 a. in. to 1 p. in.
5 p. in. t 7 p. m.
TELEPHONES:
Office-Main 1409. Residence-Main
4802.
DR. WILLIAM A. REED,
Boyd. The cozy apartments of the
"'" ,0i ' v, , ' f Vvh l0.a rvPplr home, the spacious porch and the at
Mrs. Lula Brady, of Whites Creek mPrrWnt
1211 Cedar St.
Nashville, Tcuu.
pike, has gone to Indianapolis, Ind.,
to visit relatives and friends.
, , en IJT gree immediately after the host
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Silvers, who .,, tn w
the entire evening. Fun, exercise and
excitement were present in no small
was very painfully injured some few
weeks past, has greatly improved.
Miss O'Neal Frazier left for Mem-
visiting summer resorts, looking for Thursday, where she will
res i ami a tuui oui.
Dr. J. P. Crawford has purchased a
beautiful brick house on Fourteenth
spend several weeks.
Quite an interesting time was wit-
ess nau announced to ner guests
that peanuts were hidden about
the lawn and each one must
take part in the hunt. After the
hunt all were interesf..d in the count
ing of the peanuts of each one, as a
PLEASANT OUTING.
A happy party of young people left
the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hill, j
838 Division street, Monday morning,
July 5, to spend the day in Brent
wood. About one o'clock a large ta
ble was spread with all kind3 of eat
ables. The participants were Misses
Drusilla and Maggie Hill, Bertha M.
and Emma M. Thompson, Alma Jones,
Make Your Old House nut.
Preserve it; and increase its va lue by
keeping it painted anew. When in need of
he very best work of this kind see
VA. F. JOHNSON
Painter and Contractor,
202 7 Jefrarson St.
va iLLmm risofiuE.
Colored Agent for
DAVID J. KUHN,
RUGGI8T,
Wilt call at your home with a complete line ol
Toilet Articles, etc.. etc. Call him, PHONES M.
H78 or 4035 when you wish to see him. He will
take pleasure in showing you his line oi goods.
prize was to be given the one who Beatrice Hill Jennie V. Anthony, Jo-
u oncK mjuse npsse(l bv the members and friends of r , , t nnm , sephine and Clara Lowe, Marie Stock-
avenue, Noru u i ic Salem A M. E. Church this week at Gertrude Mayberry, Celia Hend-
frNorth NMhiSe the outdoor festival given by the mem- the result of her effort in the search, ley, Mary Cluee and Alberta Davis,
t0 a m. bers of Brother George Jones' class. wno nreHP1,tPfi t. a later hmir. in the Messrs. Hewitt Box, J. B. Dennis,
ico and Prof ' ci p rter o7 Chic:. General managers were Mesdames Jfn n a Very pre t "Butch Thomas MoAdoo, G. W. Hill, Jr., Sco
ot 111 were the guests of their Bto- Vera Buchanan, Lucy Shelby and S. ver belt buckle. The consolation el Richard, Poindexter Will
fer. Mrs'Stegall of 18 Claiborne E. Goodall. Quite a neat sum was trophy, a dalnty little Japanese faD Jones WjUtam 8tocM Antony
J rr.,,r rpfcoTr rpnll7PfL ,.a ,i,n K,r Mice, T imw H AVMto nn a x ul L-r i-'eillllb 1TV1U, OdlU iUKHieS,
left for Antloch, where they will Mrs. Susie Raines, of White s Creek tie wjtn three other ladles. The
spend a few weeks with their par- pike, Is ill this week. dining-room was superD In its artistic
ents Mr and Mrs. Cnas. Porter. Ser- Miss Matilda Williams, of 511 Lis- decorations. Extending from the
geant McCord, who enlisted In 1892, chey avenue, and her little nephew, chandelier were streamers of pink
has been absent for fifteen years. Master James Johnson, are visiting and white ribbons fastened to the four
Mr. W. H. Davis spent Sunday at relatives at Brentwood.. corners of the table with large pink
Murfresboro with relatives and trends. Mr. Ned Muse, of Fairmount street, rcses. Flowers were arranged in va
Mrs. Carney and Misses 'Mamie who has been sick for some time, was rious other ways. The table centre-
Harris, Will Hargraves, Richard
Perkins and John Simms, Mesdames
Dock Liner and David Hall, chaper
oned the young folks.
PROHIBITION MOVEMENT IN A
NEW ROLE.
The latest prohibition movement in
Ganaway and Lay, spent Monday with baptized by Rev. Gilbert Taylor on piece was handsome linen Mexican JfJJ, . . Si!!
Miss Viola Martin. last Sunday in the presence of the drawn work. The color scheme was
Mrs. Annie Patterson, of 1025 Nine- officers of the church and a number carried out in the menu, which con
teenth avenue, North, who has been 0f friends, and sacrament was admin- sisted of a most elaborate luncheon,
sick, is much better. istered to him. The meeting was very followed by a delicious Ice-course, in
Miss Ada G. Watkins left vv eanes- impressive and all who gathered which the ice represented a full-blown
day for New York and Nantucket, ar0und his bedside to see him take pink rose and was served in plates on
where she will be au summer. on tne whole armor went away filled natural rose foliage. Just before lear
Mesdames Alice Wnite, &l. J. ntu wuyi th holv snlrit.. iner the riinine-rnom each cuest. was
er and Roberta biayton oi ynauwHw- M Thomas Webster and Herbert given a souvenir. The souvenirs n, u ,nIimnna i to
ga. visited the , Globe j office 5 McBrlde spent Sunday and Monday were miniature photographs of Mes- L fu dlgt.- eFacr:state.
in cnattanooca wun reiaiives ana uames nugues anu uuyu laneu w
ham of headquarters for the Southern
Negro Anti-Saloon Federation. Its
promoters declare it will result in
loosening the hold that liquor has
upon the Negro race.
The plan of the Federation is to
reach that class that whisky harms
most by educating the Negroes
through Negro leaders, to the evils
The rally at Rock City Baptise
Phurch was auite a success, An ex
cellent sermon was preached by the
pastor, Rev. A. W. Wilson. The coi
lortinns for the day were $12.35.
Mrs. H. Clay Barnes, or bouin
friends.
DEATHS.
except in Maryland, where there are
to be but two, and in Texas, where
there are to be six. A Negro is to be
made Superintendent in each section,
307
gether. Those present besides the hon
oree and the club members were Mes
dames E. S. Landers, of Tuskegee: R
H. Boyd, A. Cartwright, J. W Bostick. and under hlra tne work ln eaca
a. j. urigni, u. ivenneay, a. ai. trW . tft hp fnrwn1efl. Literature
Townsend, C. H. Phillips, Mr. H. A. t ho A,atrihntltA tn nlnrv. hut. tha
Jesse Brown, 26 years, 2411 Venson Boyd, Misses Rhoda H. Mason, of maIn work wm be doQe through
street. Knoxville, Tenn.; Josephine btyies, ninCB.rT,.pHna rrtAra at these
Thos. James Thompson, Sixth ave of Milledgeville, Ga., Lillian Allen, th i are to be tne Negroes
nue, South. Lucy B. White, Susie L. Crawley, thPTTiapiVPa ih(, rtpRirA heine to make
Norman Gowan, 7 year, 643 Bass Harriet E. Caruthers, Lady E., Lucy the reform from the center out-
street. - ana lottie rnuups, ntue Misses Tti nll u lLq hrrned to oreanize
Bettle Owens, 35 years, 2310 Twen- ome spears ana Katie uoya. anti-saloon societies in every town in
ty-fourth avenue, North. the South. and through these to reach
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vvixi. aauueis, x jrca-i, vuiuer r v ONE CENT SAVINGS BANK. the 15.000.000 members Of the race.
tory and Partee streets. Manafdne this movement is Dr. B
street, entertainea Mrs. m North Seventh street
er, of Joliet, 111., Friaay, juue .
Those present were Mrs. M. Thomas,
Mrs. F. A. Turner ana Miss uu. ueiis
Rrnles.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Smiley, of Four
teenth avenue, North, entertained last
week Mr. and Mrs. Berry inurmau
r,A Mrn Tishie UlY. OI i3UWUU6
Mioa maisv Freaeua mumtto 10
nanMne hpr vacation whu u
grandfather, Mr. Berry Thurman, at
Bowling Green, K.y.
Airs Matthews and little uaugmei,
gallic. 0.1 "l"-- 7 ,-,,
r.viin Tpnn.. with Mr. ana mi.
i laun-nu) -
Ttthpwa.
Mr Charley Carter ana wne, wis.
iTtr,iQ rartpr. left the city Wednes-
... T.ji..nnn!ic Tvhprp thev will
day lor iuuittuttj)ui'i 50 years
make their ruture nome. Infant of Sony and Icy Foster,
Mrs. Cornelia Kelly, of Indianapo- East Hill street
lis. Ind. passed through this city the Jesse J. Cowan, 309 Third avenue,
4th en route to Antiocn, Tenn., wnere south
she will SDend a short while wun ner Frank Redmond, 1010 Vernon ave
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Porter. nue, 2 months.
Miss Porter, who has been so 111, Carrie Martin, 303 Second avenue,
is thought to be some better. South, 31 years.
Mis TCmma C. Porter, who ha3 Dee Mason, 1813 Jefferson street,
heen in the city attending the State 5 months
Institute, was taken seriously ill last Henry Norman, Cumberland River, currency
COTTAGES ON
Horton Street $0fi0
So. Market Street 1000
Smiley Street (East Nashville) 1000
Summitt Avenue 1000
South Cherry Street 1400
Edgehill Street 1260
Trimble Street 1800
Malvina Street ; 1700
Maury Street 1800
And others on Maple Street. Hynes St.. Joe John
ston, Jefterson, Second Ave. and others.
RICHARD HILL.
REAL ESTATE. NOTARY PUBLIC.
410 1-2 Cedar Street, Nashville, Tenn
TEUPHONtS-OFMCt: MAIN 1889; RESIDENCE: MAIN 341).
W. D. RUCKER,
DEALER IN
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES
ORDERS I'ROMPTLY PILLED.
'Phone, Jlaia 468M. 451 Eiehth Ire., It
2-5-mos.
H. SIMKUM & SON.
MANUFACTURERS AND SHIPPERS OF
ICE CREAM AND
SHERBET
Fancy Cakes and Candy
SIT BROAD VA A Y
NEAR TERMINAL STATION
Telephones Yloln
IOBO
1938
Sadie Belle Grizzarcr, 21 years, 303 Report Showing Condition of the Bank f. Riley, former President of Howard
College, located near BIrmingnam.
Dr. Rilev has spent Ms entire life in
the Baptist ministry in the South, and
is known in almost every Gulf btate.
He is a native Alabamian. He has
opened headquarters In Birmingham
South Seventh street.
Budro Harris, Rear
street.
Callie Ewing, 1024 North
street, 42 years
46 Tremble
Cherry
to Date. Good Increase.
Nashville, Tenn., June 30, 1909.
Frank Dibrell,
Comptroller of the Treasury,
Nashville, Tenn.
Justin Phillips, 2105 Twenty-third Dear gir
avenue, North, 19 years. The following is an exact statement because of this citty's central location,
Joe inompson , uounty Hospital, of the condition of One Cent Savings and the preliminary work of district
Bank of Nashville. Countv of David- ine the South Is already under way
son. at the close of business Juno 30. His selection to his post was made
1909. at a recent conference of Negro
Resources. church leaders, held in Atlanta. Noth'
Loans and Discounts $29,879.53 ing was said of the meeting at the
47
Cash Resources
Due from Banks
and Bankers ..$20,328.11
Checks and oth
er cash items.. 809.35
Wprinesdav and had to be taken home 13 years.
before its close. Infant of R. S. and Nannie Samp-
Two thousand and four letters ln son, 173 Wharf avenue.
one day delivered to the National
uapusx ruoiibuiuB oumu MARRIAGES,
ner day and record-breaker for 1909.
This number of letters from Sunday- William Henry Bradwell and Mary
schools over the United States ia but Taylor.
n fipmnnstration of what will be done , Nelson Shelton and Florence Har-
later on. More than 17,000 orders for den.
Total Resources
314.00 21,667.98
$51,547.51
Maybe that Headache
caused by cpectrve
eyesight or badUy
adjusted
Better See
C V. ROMAN, fh. D., VI.,
Oculist nd Aurlati
INashvlll, Tannaaa,
WW V
Robert Campbell and Ella Wells.
David Cheatham and Isabell Mc-
Cullum.
John Cunningham and Ada Smith,
John Webster and Jennie Buchan
an.
J. A. Thompson and Willa H. Mo
Broom.
Ed Stephens and Georgia Steven- 1909.
son- (Signed) J. C. NAPIER,
Cashier.
BUSY BEE CLUB. Subscribed and sworn to before me,
The Busy Bees will meet at the res- this 30th day of June, 1909.
idence of Mrs. Wm. Young. 31S (Signed) C. N. LANGSTON,
Eighth avenue, North, to lay plana (SEAL) Notary Public.
time, as the desire was to withhold
information until plans were matured.
While no announcement on the sub
ject is made, it ia known that the
funds for the organization will be do
nated by Northerners. It ia figured
that the first year will cost around
$75JOOO. By that time the organiza
tion is expected to have grown to
R,irh an extent that possibly twice
Capital stock paid in .'. $4,055.00 this amount will be needed. As the
Surplus and Undivided
Profits (less expenses
and taxes paid)
Individual Deposits subject
to check 43,393.16
Total Liabilities $51,547.51
Liabilities.
4,099.35
mnvpmpnt snreads it will require
more money until it is possible that
a half million or more will be needed
to meet the annual expense.
The Pastors' Union, of Birmingham,
hna endorsed the movement, and it Is
-tnln that the ministers of other
titHI tin nilpri nn for
I, J. C. Napier, Cashier of the above- &0UlD Z wnrk of
rv rionir a 1 nn. exures&iuu. juu,
' . '. . t-i i. j I on ovnrpssio
namea une ent savings uuux., uj 7 , nvnant0A tn
tne Association m muvu
claim the center of the stage as re
gards the fight for prohibition In the
South.
solemnly swear that the above state
ment Is true to the best of my knowl
edge and belief, and that the same
will be published In the Nashville
Globe of Nashville, Tenn., on July 9,
ENJOYABLE SOCIAL.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Turner, of Fifth avenue, North, was
the source of much social interest
last Tuesday evening, complimentary
to Misses Bessie Seay, of Chatta
nooga, and Etta Seay, of Birmingham,
V. L. WILLIAMS & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AD RENTALS
'M THIRD AYOIE, HOETII,
NASHVILLE, -:- TBNN.
We Solicit Your Patronage.
EVERY MAN IN TOWN
Is invited and expected to ittend the
ANNUAL SERMON
Of the
Y. M. C. A.
To be preached at the
Mt. Olive tiaptist Church
JULY 11th
AT 3:00 T. M.
Hev. C. H. Clark. P. P., and Pastor of said
church, will deliver the sermon. Fully 600
men and es petted to bepreneiit.
Ala., and Mrs. James Smith, of Chatt
anooga. Music was the feature of the
evening which was most creditably
rendered by Messrs. Sam White and
Austin. Those present were Misses
Saline Peterson, Mabel McKay, Al
berta Powell, Bessie Seay, Etta Seay,
Mesdames Fanny Smith, S. E. Good
all. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Turner, Mr.
and Mrs. Charlie Frazier, Mr. Albert
Seay, Messrs. Samuel White, Austin,
William Holsey, J. B. Robinson.
WHITE ROSE BUD CLUB.
The White Rose Bud Social Club
met at the residence of Mr. Russell
Howard, 1006 Edgehill street, July G.
The members at the meeting were
Geo. Dilliehay, Chas. B. Scruggs, U.
R. Rucker and Ed Scruggs. There
was one applicant for membership,
Lee Tally, of 32 Trimble street, South
Nashville.

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