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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 24, 1910.
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HE STAHDAR
SOFT "DRINK
STAND
Pino Tobacco.
All the leading
brands of Cigars.
A first-class Pool
Room and every
tHing just up to
the standard.
D. DWIGGIR3S
PROPRIETOR.
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NOW IS THE TIME.
Negroes are no longer considered
slow In foot ball. They are play
ing on some of the best teams In the
country and are all making good.
There can be no doubt that the time
is ripe for them to tatee their place in
football history. The. Globe is try
ing to print everything that per
tains to football where the Negro
boys are concerned and we are very
appreciative of what our friends are
doing for us.
CHRISTMAS PROGRAMS.
You can get Christmas programs
with new and appropriate music for
o5 cents a dozen at the National Bap
tist Publishing Board, 523 Second
avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn.
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CITY ITEMS.
Dr. and Mrs. T. II. Elliott, of Me
harry, are rejoicing over the arrival
of a baby boy. He is known, as T. H.
Elliott, Jr. Their many friends wish
them success.
Mrs. Alice Reid, of 508 Fourteenth
avenue, North, had as her guest last
week her great uncle, of Pulaski.
Mrs. Lena Miailone has returned
home after a four weeks stay in Louis
ville. Dr. Ni. Miles, of Dickson, spent a
few days In the city this1 week.
Tho Fisk Quartet that has been
touring the North and East for the
past two months is expected to spend
tho month of December In Nashville
with their families.
Supervisor, Dr. J. P. Crawford, is
doing excellent work In his new posi
tion, looking after the interests of tho
various schools throughout the city.
Ho is provlne himself quite capable
along this lino.
Financial leports from various Ne
gro banks scattered throughout the
United States will be published in
the Nashville Globe from week to
week as they are sent in.
Miss iMaye Smith, of Parsons, Kan
sas, who has been visiting friends and
relatives in Nashville and other parts
of Tennessee, left for her home Tues
day, going by the way of St. Louis,
Mo., where che spent a week.
New music and interesting recita
tions are found in the Christmas prog
rams of the National Baptist Publish
ing Board, 523 2nd avenue, North, price
35 cents per dozen.
Mrs. Edward Walton, Mrs. I. N.
Rachels and James Edward, Jr., of
Mexico, Mo., visited the office thi3
week.
Miss Maud Woodfolk spent a few
days last week in Nashville.
Miss Malinda B. Lee will pass
through Nashville, December 1st, en
route to Portland, Maine, where she
expects to spend the holidays.
Mrs. Willa P. Watkins, formerly of
1305 Hynes street, is very sick.
Rev. G. B. M. Turner, an old Tenne
sean, now living in Houston, Texas,
is one of the new reader of the Globe.
Rev. Thos. II. Spence, of San Jose,
Costa Rica, Central America, writes
that the people of Central America
are looking toward the United States.
Rev. E. Moore, D. D., of Chatta
nooga, Tenn., was in the city Wednes
day on important business.
IMr. C. A. Dickson, of Buffalo, N. Y.,
hois just been elected director of the
Afro-American Business Investment
Company, of Buffalo.
Miss Maud Hixon and mother, of
Chatta,nooga,"were the guests of Miss
Eleanor Battle, of Scovel street, this
week.
Mrs. S. Turner Clemmonsi, of St.
Louis', Mo., is visiting her daughter,
Mrs. J. Blain Boyd.
Mrs. J. M. Easterling, of Chatta
nooga, Tenn., is the guest of her
mther, Mrs. Emma Battle, of 1723
Scoval street.
Miss V. M. Cannon, of Shelbyville,
closed her school near Lebanon last
week. She will enter Roger Williams.
Mr. Albert McChristian will visit
in Shelbyville this week.
Mrs. Alice C. Hunt, of 1109 Hynes
street, is visiting her sister in Chat
tanooga. Mr. John T. Clardy, of Shelbyville,
is visiting in the city this week.
Miss Beulah Anderson passed
through the city en route to Spring
field. Miss Maggie Howard, who Is at
present employed as pharmacist at
Laurel, Miss., is expected home Sat
urday or early next week to spend
Christmas.
That wedding bells will be ringing
in Nashville during next month In
high society circles, is the li vilest bit
of gossdp about town.
Rev. and Mrs. R. H. Thorbourne ar
rived at Cologne, Panama, Thursday,
November 17th, at 3 p. m., after a
most successful voyage and bridal
tour. They went immediately by
train to Panama City.
Mrs. Susie Wegg Leonard has been
appointed as the Globe representa
tive at Gallatin, Tenn., wbere 6he will
make a subscription campaign during
her stay in her old home. Her plan
is to get two hundred readers in Gal
latin. Rev. M. 0. B. Mason, D. D., of Cin
cinnati, Ohio, was in the city Sunday.
He spoke at the auditorium Sunday
evening1.
Dr. R. II. Boyd attended the Ala
bama Baptist State Convention which
is in session this week at Florence.
Rev. N. H. Piue, D. D., Superinten
dent of Teacher-Training-Course, will
hold a Sunday-School Institute at Mer
idian, Miss,, beginning early In De
cember. Rev. E, M. Lawrence, Superinen
dent of Missions, is back from a trip
around his missionary circuit
The Young Women's! Christian As
sociation at Fisk University Friday.
Saturday and Sunday was well attend
ed and quite enjoyable.
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MR. J. BLAINE BOYD,
President National Athletic Associa
tion. For a number of years Mr. Boyd leave to the readers of this paper
has been writing the sporting news to say
of the Nashville Globe and several
other Negro publications and has
for some years been considered a top
notcher in his profession. His writ
ings are all clear and full of life. It
has been the one dre.ni of his life
to be able to cope with the best pen
pushers of the sporting world. It
was Mr. Boyd who sent out such
glowing accounts of tne Jack John
son-James Jeffries fight in Reno and
since then his name has been upon
the tongues of thousands of tLe
sporting world. He is the first Ne
gro sporting editor to ever get out a
special football extra, coming fresh
from the press the same hour in
wnicli the game was played. How
well he has done the work, we will large family
Mr. Boyd during his school days
was a great athlete at Virginia Uni
versity, Lynchburg, Va., being a star
end on the football team for four
years, also pitcher and outfielder on
the baseball team, and also a mem
ber of the track team. Aside from
his writings, Mr. Boyd is foreman
of the pressroom at the National
Baptist Publishing House, the larg
est Negro printing house in the
world. He is the first Negro in the
country to handle a Scott's Rotary
Printing Press. He has seven big
printing presses under his personal
control and has yet to find the ma
chine he cannot handle.
Mr. Boyd is a product of San An-
tonia, Texas, a married man with a
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MR. LOUIS IC. THOMAS
Treasurer National Athletic As
sociatioa.
it was the brain work of Mr. Louis and fast composition that
k. i nomas that first put on foot the
National Athletic Associate
Nashville. He has always been a
close observer along all sporting lines
and is one of the fastest thinkers in
that particular field. Mr. Thomas
handles all the money of the Asso
cation and is a business man from
the word go. It was his fine work
has ena
bled us to get out the F ootball Special.
Mr. Thomas is at present foreman
of the composing room at the Na
tional Baptist Publlsning House.
He is in charge of all the linotype ma
chines at the plant and Is always
there with the goods. Mr. Thomas
is also a poultry man and hl3 chick
ens have won a number of prizes at
different fairs.
824 Church Street Telephone, Main 4834
The Palace
Sanitary Cleaning and Press
ing Works
All Kinds Cleaning, Dying Pressing Alter
log and Repairing. We Please "The Hard
to Please. Goods Called For
and Delivered Promptly
Howard & Dyer
The Porters Jml Waiters
2C
820 Church Street
Cigars, Fine Drinks of all
Kinds. Pool and Billiard
Parlor Connected.
PASCIIALL k WATKUS, Proprietors.
Xashvillr, Tenn.
GET A
NEGRO
DOLL
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Why Not Make Your
Children Happy on
Christmas Morning?
The National Ne
gro'Doll Company
of Nashville, Ten
nessee, is offering
this year to the
Christmas shop
pers beautiful,
well-made, dolls
that fully repre
sent the refined
Twentieth Cen
tury Negro. They
have had these
dolls made up in
large quantities
to be disposed of
at popular prices.
A doll can be had
for from
25c
UP TO
$8.50
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Doll as it appears
when dressed.
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Doll as it looks
when purchased
If any per
son desires
to see an
illustrated
catalogue
with com
plete prices,
send us 5c,
and
we will send
this booklet
Express
Charges
Paid on
All Dolls
Over $1.00
Send 5 Cts.
at once
for a
Catalogue
National Negro Doll (g.
K. H. BOYD, Pres. H. A. BOYD, Mgr.
S19 Second Avenue, North,
NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE.
The Keller Shoe Hospital
507 Third Avenue, North.
FIT FOR A KING TO ENTER
Our work is right, our prices are
right and uc arc on time.
Sewed Half Soles 50c
Rubber Heals 25c and up.
IMioiio m. :iosn.
We call for and diliver orders.
Tflko Knhn'o Laxative Phos"
IdfVti Mill II 0 Pho Quinine Tab
lets the quickest relief for Colds,
Coughs, Bronchial Troubles and Grippe,
and of great benefit in all cases of
Neuralgia, Malarial Troubles and
Fevers.
All Phone Orders Promptly Deliv
ered by Messenger. Special attention
i:iTx David J, Kuhn,
Phones M. 1718 & 4035. Druggist
COR. CEDAR 4 12th AVE.. N.
W. J. BLANT0N
JEITELEK kM) OI'TKIO
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
sold on weekly or monthly pay
ments. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and
Silverware repaired and guaran
teed cheap for cash. Call and
see me at
420 Cedar St., Nashville, Tenn.
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