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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1911.
-1 II We Ars Authorized to Announca MR.S.P. HARRIS AS A CAMHtlATi: FOII COLi !sG i LH Ai! From the Third V'ard At I'hii!ii4 C'J- l'llerfion OCTOIIKIt IX! fa When oti want anything in ihe line i f Drug, perfumes Toilets Call DAVID J. KUHN'S DRUG STORE Phone Main 1718 and I will be out to see you at e with my wagon. WILLIE TISDALE, Agt. WIS Alt IS AUTIIOHI ZISII TO ANNOUNCE MR. E. A. GLKNNON AS A ( AMIIDATK FOK COUNCILMAN FltOM Til 13 lOKillTII MM 1111 At the ensuing city election. Will ap preciate your vote and efforts in his behalf . 'Distilled Water Is the Doctor that prevents Disease. Its perfect cltan liness alone is encufch to cause any particular per son to use it exclusively. DAINTY and PAIATABIt . There isn't a germ in it Not chance or a germ to get in it. Therefore Healthy nu' yaw DISTI L D WATER X i X I 2 I i I z 1 1 z i i z z X z Z z z z Headed by the tSr MUSICAL FEAST IBILACK swam Ryman Auditorium, Next Monday Night. October 9th MMK. M. MAGUAL.KKH TAKTT Tne Greatest SOPKANO of the' race, S pported by a Jubilee Chorus of 200 Voices and Solo Artists. STRAIGHT DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Be sure and place the cross (x) mark after each name on the Official Ballot, as shown here. Mayor H. E. HOWSE X Comptroller LYLE ANDREWS X Treasurer CHAS. MYERS X Judge City Court J. J. KILLEN X Tax Assessor ALVIN E. GRAHAM X Board Public Works J.MORGAN WILKERSON X City Marshal E. M. BUCHANAN X This is a correct guide, and is issued to assist you in voting the straight Democratic Ticket. F. M. GARARD, Chairman. MIKE LYNAM, Secretary. DOOOOOOOOOOOC City Items. Dr. J. S. Shoffner, of Columbia, was here Monday. Mrs. Jane 'Staples, of South Pitts- l burg, spent several days In the city ! last week. Messrs. Robt. Elliott and Robert Buckner, of Bridgeport, Ala., were here Saturday. Miss Mabel B. McKay left the city Thursday for Shelbyviile, Tenn., to take up her work at Turner Normal. Mr. J. W. Wendell accom panied Miss McKay to Shelbyviile and returned to the city Friday. Mrs. Amanda Douglass, of Frank lin, Ky., who was the guest of Mrs. Will Austin, of Jackson street, last week, last Sunday night for her home Mr. J. W. Rouse, of Trenton, 111., who is visiting Dr. and Mrs. Hick man, of Murfreesboro, Tenn., spent i Friday in Nashville attending the State Fair. Young Mr. Rouse was born in Illinois, but his father and fhother are native Tennesseans. Dr. J. B. , Singleton, who was thrown from his -automobile in aij accident at the Fair, sustaining slight injuries, is improving rapid ly Miss Amanda B. Perkins left for an extended trip to Pittsburg, Colum bus and .Topeka Kansas, to visit her uncle, Mr. G. W. Brown, and aunt, Mrs. Robert Weakley. Mrs. Wilson Cartwright, of Shel bvville. Tenn., spent last week in the city the guest of Mrs. W. R. Baker. She was accompanied by her nephew, Master Wilson Camp bell Misses Bailey and Shelton, nurses of the Home Infirmary, Clarksville, Tenn., who were the guests of Mrs W. T. Wright, of 1002 Horton street, during the Fair week, have returned hrime, ' V Mr. Chas. F. Stringer spent sav eral days this week in Franklin. Mrs. Katie Norton, wno has bijon quite ill at her home, on EleveatH avenue, North, is able to be up i again. Mrs. W. L. McEwing, of 620 Ewing z Z X z z z z X z x z X z z z X X X A1 x X z z z X X I . ..: I " 0 ,:. -Ala. ss'a V , 4 z z z z X z X i X X X z z X Z z z z z X X X z Z z z I z X X 14 X z z Z 2H Z X General Admission 25 Gls. Reserved Scats 50 Gts. X z X A' If z Z TAT oooooooooooooooooooooooccs Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Singleton had; avenue, is very sick this weeu as their guests during Fair week, Dr. and Mrs. Hickman and Miss John Mrs. Dollie Peters, of Dickson, Tenn., was in the city last week as nie O'Neal, of Murfreesboro. Mrs. guest of her daughter, Mrs. Clara! Hickman's brother. Mr. Rouse, oft Parks. She was also entertained at Trenton, 111., spent one day at the! the home of Mrs. Lizzie Nolan, 213 Fair. Prof, and Mrs. T. W. Tally en tertained a delightful dinner . party last Sunday in honor of Mrs. Wilson Cartwright, of Shelbyviile, Tena. Messrs. Ed. and Walter Staley. of Napier and South Pittsburg, respec tively, were here last ween. Eleventh avenue, North Mr. W. II. Kindle, who ras been playing ball this season in New York, has returned and settled down for school work at Fisk. lie reports a successful summer's work. Mrs. Fannie Lea, of Alexanderia, La., and her two sons, were the guests Fine Fall Footwear in all latest styles. The original $2.50 Shoe Store of the South THE 1 l r SHOE an union stui:i:t II ( f$k , Drink the satisfactory beverage A Carbonated in bottle,. I Delicious, Wholesome, i Thirst-Quenching "' V.KeHevcs fatigue jr , guest of Mr. and Mrs. Langston. of Dr. and Mrs. II. T. Noel this week. One of the sons of Mrs. Lea will en ter Fisk University. Miss Carrie Carney, who has been teaching for some time in the West, left last week to begin her work in Wiley University, Marshall, Texas. Hon. W. E. Settles and wife, of Memphis, together with their son, were in the city this week, the guests of Mrs. H. T. Noel. Mr. Settles, Jr., will remain to attend Fisk University. Miss Lucy White, of Fourteenth avenue, North, is home after having ppent about two months in Texas, during which time she visited the principle cities of the Lone Star State. Miss Lillian D. Allen, of Fourteenth avenue, North, left the city this week to take up her work at Wiley Univer sity, Marshall, Texas. Mr. Harry Childress, who is well known in this city, but who for the past several years has been in one tf the Departments at Washington, D. C, arrived this week from the Na tional Capital. Rumor has it that Mr. Childress has been transfered from Washington to Nashville in the De partment of Chemistry. Dr. N. E. Cashin, brother of Mrs. C. N. Langston of 1300 Hynes street, spent some time in the city as the mm ,'.'j-'-i'..',W. ilnp or X v 9v nr 0 Sp U IhshoesI 1 335 PtbUC W'fc 59UARE f .98 Specials, at... Absolutely nothing better for the money. You should see them. We have all of the new Styles, in Mens, Women's and Children's Shoes, and at PRICES that will suit YOU. Men's from--S J -SO to aS.0 Women's-from .1.50 to S3.5& Children's-from.- ?; to SjSS.S 0 Q r J. H. RING and SONS O O J PUBLIC SQUARE. While here he enjoyed the splendid Mrs. Annie Smith, wife of Sergeant fair at Greenwood Park. Dr. Cashin Smith of the 14th Infantry, is visiting is a graduate of Howard University, her mother-in-law, Mrs. Hester Smith