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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1911.
RISK PHARMACY Successor to PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE. Mr. W. F.Davis, proprietor of Nashville Drug Company has purchased the PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE, removed and de stroyed all the old stock that was not in perfect condition, and will operate it in the future under the name of FISK PHAR MACY. The stock is being filled up with new fresh goods. Everything sold is guaranteed. SODA AND ICE CREAM WILL BE SERVED TO COLORED PEOPLE ONLY. We are going to carry everything you need and we want you to come and call for whatever you want, and if it should not be there now it will be put in at once. TOILET GOODS, ALL KINDS, HAIR PREPARATIONS I rpi - e.i ii . BRUSHES, COMBS, PENS, PENCILS and INK if 1 t T ..r S 1 lhcse are some oitlic things soaps, stationery, tablets, paper A tine line ot bandies, iresh wo llwivl Pirrv TALCUM POWDER BRASS PINS,' HAIR PINS ovorv fl'lV vc anvays carry. sponges matches every ua. " PERFUMERY HARDWARE, etc Come in mill wee the new ore whether yon wuut to buy ANYTIlIXCi or not oooooooooooooooooooooooooc MiLADl'S NOTE BOOK. Entertains. With Dinner. Miss Willie Lee Frierson and Ca mille Smith, of 44 Lafayette street, gave a dinner in honor of Miss Anna Lou Gordon, of Tuskegee Institute. Games and music were the features of the evening, after which a six course menu was served. Those present were Miss Bessie Patterson, of Nashville,; Miss Charity Merrill, of Columbia; Mrs. Estella Brown, of Chi cago; Mr. and Mrs. Miller and Dr. R. F. Boyd. Lawn Party. The T. P. and S. Y. employees gave a lawn party Friday night, August 4, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Geo: Cooper, at 1&07 Phillips street. .The lawn was beautifully lighted with Jap anese lanterns. Tables were set here and there on the lawn and were laden with all the delicacies of the season. Games and music were the principal features of the evening, the music being conducted by Miss Coop er. Mr. and Mrs. Cooper were as sisted in receiving their guests by Mr. and Mrs. Lafayette Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. L. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Terril. About fifty guests were present and all expressed them seiVes as having been highly enter tained. ' ' Miscellaneous Shower. On July 31 the Bachelor Maids showered the bride-elect, Miss Eliza beth Sadie Wells, at the home of Mrs. I. B. Scott. At 6:3.0 p. m. the guests were ushered into the front parlors and the bride-elect attended by her bridesmaids, Misses Thompson and Allen, marched in to the sweet strains of music and was seated under a white parasol from which showered the beautiful presents of her friends. Then she was led around tho par lors while magic music was played by Miss Jordan, in search of the larger presents. After much fun and laugh ter all the presents were claimed by the bride. Ices and layer cake were served. Those who participated in the shower were Misses Mabel and Nita Scott, Roberta and Beatrice Walker, Lizzie Allen, Ethel Jordan, Hazel Thompson, Tennie Hughes, Mrs. Brown, Jennie Lee Anderson, Mrs. Cheatham, Lucy White, Fannie Banks, Minnie Hunter, Mrs. Cam eron, Eugenia and Roberta Crosth wait, Clara and Hattie Hodgkins, De witt and Emma Shorter, Maggie Er win, Nannie Stone, Miranda Winter, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Ellen White, Mrs. Lee, Octavia Coffey, Miss Badger. Dr. Adams, the groom-elect, came at a late hour to enjoy the fun with his bride-elect. The Bachelor Maids wished her much happiness in her married life. Pleasant Evening. Mrs. Albert Cheatham and Miss Olivia Weakly entertained a few friends Wednesday evening at the residence of Mrs. Nathan Black, Woods street,- in honor of their uncle, Mr. M. W. Richardson, of Chicago. The house was brilliantly lighted and decorated for the occasion and an elaborate menu was served. Those participating in the hospitalities of the evening were: Misses Ethel Matthews, Dawson, Ga.; Bessie. Patton, Bang, Olivia Weakly, Nellie E. King, Mes dames Robt. Nicholson, Cage Cannon, Thos. Hightower, Nathan Black, Messrs. Geo. Darden, Robt. Nicholson, D. W. Crutcher, M. W. Richardson, Arthur Bang, Nathan Black, Albert Cheatham, Robt. Weakly and Cage Cannon. PRESIDENT GILBERT HERE. The newly elected president of the Alabama Baptist University, better description Accurately and 3C known as the Selma University, lo cated at Selma, Ala., spent Tuesday in Nashville. The Rev. M. W. Gil bert, A. M., D. D., who bears this hon or and distinction, is well known In the city. His business here was not explained. Indeed, the Globe reporter who sought him earnestly for an in terview, failed to get it, but the fact that he wes in Nashville is true. It was said that he was in conference with Drs. R. H. Boyd, of the Publish ing Board, E. C. Morris, of the Na tional Baptist Convention, and two other notable Baptist divines, but the result of the conference could not be learned. DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 8 Ti Q uiy items. oooooooxxcxxxxxxxooooocxjr: Many cases of Consumption Origi nate in Diseases of the Nose or Throat. Dr. C. V. Roman Gives His Entire Time to Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Office, 1303 Church street. Mrs. Beatrice Guyton and son, Wil lie Guvton. left Monday 9:30 p. m. i for their home, New Orleans, La., after a visit of three weeks in tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gatewooa and others. If you do not feel like walking down to 412 Cedar street with your laundry 4 just call Main 2080 and the Rock City Agency will send for it at once. Give us a trial. 412 Cedar street. Two thousand Kimonos on sale this week at 10 cents each. J. .11. FOREMAN, 11th Avenue and Jefferson, (Matison's old stand.) Dr. C. V. Roman left for Athens, Ga., Saturday to perform some very delicate operative work in his partic ular line. While there he will be at the office of Dr. W. H. Harrison. Mr. J. H . Hurt, of Stevenson, Ala., was here Saturday. The Rock City Agency Is making a specialty of doing work for the color ed people of the city and will give you the very best grade of work. 412 Cedar street. Phone Main 20S0. Mr. Andrew J. Morton, of Colum bia, was the guest of Mr. W. H. Mc Gavock last week. Mr. Arthur Biddle, of Cairo, 111., is in the city, the guest of his sister, Mrs. E. H. Hart, of 339 Ninth avenue, North. He will leave this week to visit his mother, Mrs. Maggie. Biddle, at Winchester. Prompt attention is given to all laundry left at the Rock City Agen cy and it is always back before Sun day. Clean of dirt and white as snow. Can't be beaten and the prices are low. 412 Cedar street. Phone Main 2080. The best work and the lowest prices on every garment are found at the Rock City Agency for Laundry work. 412 Cedar street. Phone Main 2080. Miss Willie May Flowers has gone to Auburn. Tenn.. to teach school. Mrs. M. S. Peck, of Helena, Ark.. ; and Miss Josie Peck, of Luxora, Ark., are in the city visiting Mrs. uramiett, of Vernon street. Great pre-inventory sale now on. Everything sold at greatly reduced prices. A chance of your lifetime for barga'ns. J. H. FOREMAN, 11th Avenue and Jefferson, (Matison's old stand.) Mrs. Anna Y. Cavel on last Friday at the Benevolent Hall, read a very good paper on "Opportunity." Miss Mary J. Page also read an ex cellent paper, subject, "Necessity of Education." The finest, cleanest and best work you ever saw is now being done by the Rock City Agency for Laundry work. Try them. 412 Cedar street. Phone Main 2080. Mrs. Annie Massey, of this city, has gone to Shelbyville, to spend the remainder of the summer. Mrs. W. H. Patton, of 1114 Jeffer son street, left Tuesday for Indian apolis, Ind., to visit Mrs. Y. Trice. On her return she will spend a few days in Chicago. 'r , i I A ;-;V 'Ol Li.r k..,..l.,l.M,,,,,rr.,lm..,....,.,...,,.n...f, i DR. JOSIE WELLS. , Dr Josie Wells is in her office again after a three weeks' stay in Aa lanta, Ga., where she was the guest of Mrs, Carrie Bryant Johnson, While in Atlanta, Dr. Wells was the recipi ent of many social affairs given in her honor. Dr. Wells announced that a full re port will soon be published through the Globe of the money raised by the Hubbard Hospital Club. While much has been accomplish ed the past year, the club intends to do more work this year. A program is already made for the fall. You lose if you don't attend our great pre-inventory sale. Big bar gains in Dry Goods, Shoes, Furnish ings, etc. We are sole agents for the Peerless Patterns. All styles kept in stock. Call for free fashion sheet. J. H. FOREMAN, 11th Avenue and Jefferson, (Matison's old stand.) Pnl. Thomas W J. Tobias, music teacher and artist, formerly of New Orleans, but now of Chattanooga, Tenn., was in the Cn.y this week. When you want good and first class work see Miss Maggie Mitchell, the lady in charge of the Rock City Agen cy for Laundry work. She is affable and courteous. Will treat you right. 412 Cedar street. Phone Main 2080. Mr. Chas. L. Foster, of 1218 Tenth avenue, South, who has been in failing health all the year, has gone to Hot Springs, Ark., for treatment. Rev. G. W. Simmons, of Helena, Ark., was in Nashville Tuesday. It was Rev. Simmons' first time to visit the city, and he spent the day at the Baptist Publishing House. Have you ever tried the Rock City Agency for good first class Laundry work? They do your work right. Call and give them a trial. 412 Cedar street. Phone Main 2080. Rev. A. S. Williams, D. D., of Atlan ta, Ga., was in Nashville this weeR. Rev. Williams is the pastor of the Reed Street Baptist Church, of Atlan ta, and is regarded as one of the forceful pulpit orators of his state. Do it now. Pay your subscription for the Globe. Mrs. Walker Yeargin Utley left for Kansas City, Mo., where she will spend a while with her brother, Mr. J. M. Yeargin and cousin, Mrs. Ella Matley. Carefully Filled, 171 Mrs. Mary L. Bailey, of East Nash ville, left Thursday night, August 10th, for Chicago, 111., where she will visit relatives and friends, for an Indefinite stay. Mrs. William Moore Smitson, moth er and children, are spending this month at Sparta, Tenn., their former home. Mr. R. B. Hardiman has returned from Washington, D. C, where he made a very pleasant visit. Mrs. W. S. Dungey, of Chicago, left the city last Monday night for home after spending six weeks of a very pleasant vacation here visiting rela- . Mr. and Mrs. G. Yowell, of Belfast, Tenn., have been in the city, several day visiting their children. Mr. W.. S. Dungey, of Chicago, will be in the city visiting relatives from the 25th of this to the 10th of next month. ' Mr. Dudley Jackson and Miss Ada Mason were quietly married last week. Prof: and Mrs S. B. Neal are back home after about three weeks visit to Washington and other points North. MORE HONOR FOR NASHVILLE MAN. More honor has been conferred upon one of the worthy citizens of Nashville, another recognition nas been given to a prominent church man of the city. The recipient is Rev. R. H. Boyd, Secretary of the National Baptist Publishing Board, the institu tion that employs many people in its various departments. The new honor came in the form of a recognition ot his ability in the Sunday-school, It came unsolicited, and it was none other than his election to a place on the Executive Committee of the In ternational Sunday-School Associa tion which held its meeting in San Francisco last month. It is said that he was also made a life member ot one of the big departments some friend proposes this life membership and the membership fee of one thou sand dollars is said to have been paid by some of his strong friends, who, notwithstanding could not get him to attend the meeting on account of his Sunday-School Congress being in ses sion in Meridian at the same time, de cided to take care of him. It will also be remembered that Dr. Boyd occupies two splendid positions. One as member of the committee of the Postal Commission, which has charge of the second class rate, and a member of the Publisher's Depart ment of the International Denomina tional Publisher's Council, which held its meeting in this city at the Her mitage Hotel early this year. He was also notified by the Assistant General Secretary of the International Genei al Committee that he should send in his photo to appear in the book which is to describe the San Francisco meet- iv cr MRS. HAMILTON VISITS SUN- SHINE HOME. Mrs. M. H. Hamilton, of Knoxville, Tenn., spent a few days with us on her way home from the Baptist State Convention. Mrs. M. A. Bell, and Mrs. M. S. Bynes, of Chattanooga, and Mrs. El dridge, of Knoxville, spent a few hours with us as they passed through the city en route home. While here they spent a few hours on the campus of Roger Williams University. Miss L. E. Bushnell left last week for one montn's vacation. Miss Grace M. Eaton returned last Wednesday night, she had a most de lightful vacation. The Christian Woraers Conference will meet in the office of the Sun shine Home next Monday at ten o'clock a. m. We hope to have a full attendance. Mrs. M. H. Flowers left Thursday morning, the 10th, inst., for Smyrna, to attend the Stone River Association. IMione Miiin 2 12 i .ii:fi i;us()N stussist' "J Miss B. J. Ridgley returned last week from Tullahoma, where she spent ten days, she is much improved. Messrs. II. D. Rainey and G. G. Paige have opened a tonsorial parlor at 1133 Jefferson street. As there is no col ored establishment of this sort in that immediate neighborhood these W. H. McGAVOCK AND WIFE. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McGavock leave to-day for Chicago and Canadian points. They will visit Winnipeg, Montreal, Ottawa and other resorts be fore returning to Nashville. Mr. Mc Gavock has been hard at work in the undertaking business for some time. He and his wife are seeking a much needed rest. young men anticipate a good trade. Sharp razors, clean towels and good; service is their motto. , PASSED VIRGINIA BOARD. News has reached Nashville that Dr. Chas. A. Tomlinson, of Meharry Dental class of 1910, was one of the three applicants who successfully passed the Virginia State Board. Dr. Tomlinson has begun practicing in Richmond, Va. S 'ECIU NOTICE. Visit the Royal Cafe. 405 4th A . N Try us once we wiii do th, r Ft. Hot meals at any henr T.unrlu s f 1 cm 5 Cfii s to 25 (.nas V. waul ycur patronage Oj 11 all the while. Tleafe give us a call. Win Hcn'llev Prop. SHOE WASTED An all-round shoemaker to work in an UP-TO-DATE electric shoe shop a man who is willing to work and understacds general repairing, none other need apply steady work guaranteed. TOM CARUTHERS. Ill COniT NTIiEET, Huskogfe, - Oklahoma. - . t ' . ... . . 1 L-.:. ... . ...... . . '' i i ft fEEL ifcrffifi we satisfactory beverage A Carbonated in bottlei. Delicious, Wholesome, TMrst-Quenching V Relieves fatigue S w