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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1911.
HILARY E. HOWSE HOIASE BROS. FURNITURE, STOVES AND CARPETS TERMS TO SUIT EVERYBODY We Can Furnish Your Home Complete from Parlor to V Itchen We Take Old Ge-ods as First Payment; Balance weekly or Monthly 304-306-308 BROADWAY EASY ON 1608 Heiman Street, 4 rooms each; city water, outhouses; front and back porches. Easy Terms. 1 73 J -Hiiinan Street - 5 room brick residence; city water, cistern; nice location. Lot 40 by IG2 feet. Rent and Interest. 923 Jackson Street - 4 rooms, back and front porches; city water, granitoid sid;walksand retaining wall. 1013 Tentii Avenue, Iorth, - 5 room residence; city witer, ouctuuses; witiiin half block of Jefferson St. car line. 23 North Hill Street - 5 room house, one of the best for sale in South N istiville; city water, outhouses and stable. A Big Bargain. 1615 Heiman St. - new 5 room house with bath room, 2 cabinet mantles, city water7, cement walk in front and up to the door, outhouses. A bargain for the right person. 2 blocks of Fisk University, will papr to suit you. 510 S. Fourth St. - 5 room house, bath and sewer con nections, city water, cistern, outhouses; also storehouse on lot. A splendid place for grocery store or meat shop. 906 21st Avenue, North, - 5 room house, well, outhouse; fruit trees; convenient to Cedar Street car line, near Murphy Addition. ? 1701 Underwood Street - 6 room cottage, corner 17th and Underwood Streets; gas, good well on back porch; large barn and wood shed in rear. Lot 50 by 150 feet. This is a pick up. Terms to suit purchaser. We will consider taking in other property as part pay-" ment on any of the places mentioned above, and make terms on balance to suit you ' . 1029 12trf avenue, North, Corner Harden Street 4 Room cottage, store house and large barn, out house, both citj and well water, fine stand for grocery or meat shop. Will sell cheap, small cash payment balance rent and interest, will repair to suit purchaser. BRANSF0RD REALTY GO. 162 Fourth Avenue, N. Phones, Main 2323 and 2321 CHRISTMAS CAMPAIGN ON. The Red Cross Christmas Seal cam paign Is on. Everywhere throughout the United States these lltle messen gers of health are being sold. There never was a time in the history of the country when so many people qo operated in one particular campaign as in this fight against tuberculosis. Since it has been learned that tuber culosis is not Inherited but infectious we know It is preventable and 'the great cry now is "if preventable why not prevent?" Red Cross Christmas Seals do more to create sentiment in favor of the warfare against tubercu losis than any other one compalgn. First, and most obvious and most important, the Christmas SeaJ is a means of raising money for the. cam paign against tuberculosis. Second, the Christmas Seal is a means for awakening interest so great that numbers of air kinds of people ar led to talk and read tuber culosis. Third, the Christmas Seal provides an opportunity for anyone and every one, almost without limitation of cir cumstance or conditions, to render several helps in the fight against tu berculosis. Fourth, the Christmas Seal creates the possibility of spreading an enor mous account of actual information in such a manner jts to largely In crease the general"knowledge about tuberculosis. Fifth, The Christmas Seal, through the extensive campaign of a few weeks enlists large numbers of Indi viduals and groups and give some thing of time, thought and effort for the common good In the warfare against tuberculosis. Sixth, the Christmas Seal therefore yives to increasing numbers of people a sense of a great common Interest, an opportunity for aiding financially and the chance of actively helping a warfare movement whlv is of Inter est to the entire comm 'tiity, the whole state and the nation as well. Tennessee this year conducts the first state campaign with the Red Cross Christmas Seals. This move ment Is backed by the most promi nent people In the stae. Two glaring facts that should stimulate every citizen to aid the movement are these: First Tennessee furnishes more PHONE, MAIN 1096 NASHVILLE, TENN. r n deaths from ' tuberculosis, Uhan any otner state in the union, and second that ' tuberculosis could be stamped out of the state in five years if every individual would co-operate In this movement. Ail the money received from the sale of Red Cross Christmas Seals in Tennessee goes into a fund that will finance a permanent work Every town In the state should re sponci to the appeal that has been sent out from the state committee to make a large per capita sale of the Christmas Seals in their community, State headquarters for the campaign is Nashville. Any communication addressed there to J. D. Strain, secre tary, will be promptly replied to and full information given. Let us be loyal to our state and enlist in such a good cause for the good of humanity as is represented by the warfare against tuberculosis. Each Seal costs a penny and every penny Is a bullet in the fight. SHELBYVILLE NOTES. The Thanksgiving dinner and sup per given by the First Baptist Church last week was a most unique affair. A handsome sum was realized. The A. M. E. Church people also had a dinner and supper at Gosling's Hall at the same time. Turner Normal people were cast Into deep sorrow and gloom last week on account of the sudden death of Charley Saun ders, who had been a sufferer of con stitutional bronchial troubles all his life. He was in his class tha day preceding the night he died. A very sad funeral service was held over the remains In the college chapel before the body was shipped to his homo In Nashville. A lovely floral design was presented by the faculty and stu dents, and Mr. George Atkins, one ol the students from Nashvll'e. was sent as an escort. Mr. D. A.. Hart, the youth's uncle, came also to accom pany the remains to his people. Mr, II. C. Clayborne, of Meharry Medjj cal College, spent several davs In tbi city recently visiting his wife, wp is serving as one of the family i n Turner College. He left Tuesday ,'ir Nashville. Students are still coming in at Turner. There were three new additions this week, one youn-j lady and two young men. The Mi. Zlon Baptist Church Is still without a pas- fl' tor. Rev. Glass has recently resigned. Dr. J. A. Jones preached at the First Baptist Church last Sunday morning. Mrs. Tiney Cunningham has gone to Nashville to spend the winter with her daughter. Mr. J. A. Jones, who has been so ill for several weeks, Is greatly improved. She is now occu pying a room out in the city for a ew days. The Nightingale Quartet will not make their usual holiday tour this year, on account of the shortness of the holiday season. The scnool will resume its work December 2Cth, giving only one day for holi day. The students will give a play at the City Auditorium December 21st, which will close the fall term. Mrs. Lula Tillman left last Tuesday for St. Louis after a brief stay visiting her father, who was reported quite sick. She entered her daughter, Miss Johnnie, in the boarding department of Turner College before leaving. Her son, Robert, will arrive in a few days from St. Loui3 to enter the college. Miss Madge C. Boddie re turned Monday morning form Chatta nooga, where sne went to visit ner parents on Thanksgiving day. She was delighted with her trip., Mr. John Dendell, of Nashville, is a fre quent visitor to ShelbyvlUe. There is an attraction out at Turner Normal for him. The public school building is about complete, and will open in January. Dedicatory exercises will be held on the 5th of January. The first quarterly conference meeting of Hist quarierij cuiiu.'reiu;? uieeuug ui i . .v.0... . the year will be held at the A. MrHunes and were loathe to lose out in I E. Church next Sunday, Rev. A. P. Gray, presiding. Rev. Mr. Ransom, of the M. E. Church, is moving off quite nicely in his new charge, and Is liked well by his people. a NELYVILLE (MO.) NOTES. Mrs. Mattie Russell and daughter, Jessie, will soon leave for Arkansas to make their future home. Misses Beulah, R. W. Thompklns and Essie Hudson are the contestants who will represent the school at this place In Central contest to be held at Poplar Bluff, Mo., on the 9th Inst. This promises to be an Interesting con test. There will be two contestants from each chool in the county. The white and colored people contend to gether. We look for Misses Hudson and Thompson to bring back one of the five prizes. Mr. E. A. Haynea was th guest of Mr. Esther Finnle Sunday afternoon. Rev. J. W. D. Mays, of East St. Louis, 111., preached a great sermon last Wednesday night at the C. M. E. Church. Cards are out announcing the approaching mar riage of Mr. Robert Louis to Miss Minnie Whitehead. The marriage to take place December 10th. Mr. Ches ter B. Walker passed through here recently from his home In Center vllle, Tenn., en route to Hoxle, Ark., where he goes again to take up his work as night porter at the Boas Gibson Hotel. WHITEVILLE NOTES. Dcctor G. A. Sholton and wife were tending the burial of Miss Lula Gil christ left their baby with Mrs. Viola Jarman and she stepped out of the room for a short while, and the baby caugnt on nre ana was Durnea so badly that it died within thirty-six hours. The Methodist preachers are attending the Methodist annual con ference which is being held in Cov ington this week. Mrs. Tom Green made a trip (to Arkansas last week on business. Mr. and Mrs. Will Miller and children who were living on the other side of Brownsville, moved here Monday. Mr. , Jim Mot ley and wife, who live near Browns vine, spent iwonaay nignt in our midst Rev. W. II. Bowers spent Sunday evening in Somcrville. Mrs. Mattie Polk has been sick about four weeks. Mrs. Violet Jarman spent Thanksgiving in Memphis with her son. Mrs. Ida Harris went to Som erville and spent the evening with her mother a few days ago. Mr. Wilson Green, who has been living in Oklahoma several years, has come to make this his home with his son, Mr, Thomas Green. Rev. A. D. Shelton spent Thanksgiving In Whiteville, CARD OF THANKS. To the members of the National Bap tist Publishing Board: We wish to thank you for your kind ness shown us during the illness and recent death of our husband and father. MRS. F. D. LOWERY, , MRS. C. L. HALL, MISS F. B. LOWERY. CARD OF THANKS. Miss Westell Burnes wishes to thank her many friends for the kind ness shown her during her recent be - reavement. v Y. M. C. A. WINS GAME. Special to the Globe: Murfreesboro, Tenn., Dec. 1. One of the hardest fought foot ball games that was ever witnessed by the fans of Murfreesboro was played here Thanksgiving day In which the Mur freesboro Y. M. C. A. defeated the picked team from Nashville by the score of 5 to 0. The teams were about evenly matched. Both had to resort to much kicking to gain the required distance. The boys from Nashville showed that they were well-coached and had trained hard for this battle. Time and again they formed for some fancy trick play only to have It brok en up by the Y. M. C. A. forwards. There was nothing doing in the scor ing line until the fourth vmarter, when James, the little sub-quarter for the Y. M. C. A. was sent in and he soon found a weak spot In the left wing of the opponents. The ball was put In play -on the 25-yard line. Har rison and Jordan carried the ball this distance for a touchdown, Harrison making the touchdown. James missed goal. Stars for the visitors: Scruggs, Curren and Stockell. For the Y. M. C. A.: Harrison, watkins, Jordan and James. H. T. G. M. CLUB. On Friday night of last week the Richardson home on Sixteenth ave nue, North, was thrown open for the reception of the H. T. G. M. Club, Misses Blanche Atwood and Sophia Overstreet being hostesses. The rooms were artistically decorated with streamers of old gold and blue and streamers of red and black. Music and games claimed the guests atten tion during the earlier hours, but the main feature of amusement was "A Musical Romance." Each guest was supplied with writing material and requested to write the story of two lovers as the pianist, played the story in songs. Much merriment wa3 caused by the anxious expressions of those who failed to recognize the the race. Misses B. M. Davis and N. Eva Murrell tied for the first prize. Miss Murrell cut the higher card and received a beautifully bound book- of poems entitled "Friendship." The booby, a harp, fell to Miss Hattie Hodgklns To add to, the cheerful spirit of all present the hostesses has tened to serve a very dainty two course menu. At a late hour the guests departed, expressing much de itrht over the pleasant hour spent with the entertainers and their friends. The guests of the evening were Misses Octavla Coffey, Hattie Hodgklns, Edwlna Smith, Juliet Bradford, of Birmingham, Mae Hawes, of Chattanooga; Maud Rob erts, of Chicago; Mrs. J. H. Hale, Messrs. Kemper, Harreld, of Atlan ta; Malcolm King, E. A. Bailey, J. A. Simpson, Emory Jones, J. A. Dar den, Howard Thompson, Mr. London, Ernest Byrnes and C. W. Kelly. (JHURCH DIRECTORY. It. Kvrniii nniT Cbcich. Sunday kImI :M a. m.; preaching 11 :3U a. m. A, an. mmt 8 :(H a, aa.; eauamnaioa Brvt vtm4my ; prayer-meeting Tuaej nUthl. DAro. m Boat, mareaten4tat, 714 bmilej amt; Mttar Lfcaete B. Mtorrltt, Becmar, KZ mrrj attest; Rev. A at. Merrltt, pan Qr, S2 Barry atreet; Bro. Jamee Lull, ubarea taertary. Clak Mbmoiml M. B. Chdbcv, 8W8 Paamklln atreet Rev. R. T. Wethero. Sator. raaifleace 20 North Bill street. najr-eBeT 9 :16 a. m. ; preaching oa 7 11 a. at. a4 7:80 p. m.; ttpworth bMfae, 9 :16 p. m. ; prayer -meeting weeaaeeamy 7 :0 p. m ; claaa-Bieetlng Ifri any. 7 :0 p. bl La ATBMtra Christum Chckch. Sun day-school 9 :S0 a. m. : preaching and cow amnion 11 a. nt. ; Cnrlettaa Endeavor 7 p. m. ; p reach Id, itjht aerrlee, h p. m. : prayer-eiitetlBg r ifneeday erasing on. re. KVder I'reeton iflylor. paator, 44D Fourth Qveaue, Nortii' Mr. Charlie TowelO. v&urch clerk; M!a Ida D. Mallory, super (Wteadeni of Snnday-aebool ; MUa Martha Turner, secretary. Union Conbiegational Chuch, Fisk U.viTineiTi. Y. M. C. A.,Theoeffteal nail teuaday) 9:00 a. as.; prearhlag. Flak Me morial Chapel (Sunday), 11 :M a. m. ; guaday-eeheol 1 :00 p. a. ; prayer-meeting Wednesday, Llrlngatea Hall) 7:00 p. m. Ber. C. W. Vlerrow, I. D.. paater. FiaaT Baptist Chcuch, EHghth areaue. jTorth. Saaaay-acneol 9:90 a. m. ; preacb Ing Bnaday 11 a. m. aad 8 p. m. ; Conmu Qton, First Snaday la each menth, 11 a. m. ; teachers' meeting Tuesday, 7 :S0 p. ra. , prayer-meeting Taeeday, 8:00 p. m. Re. W. S. Ellington, D. D., paator, 914 8ern teeoth rrene. North; Prof. 8. P. riarrla. church clerk, 1730 Jeffersen street j Prof J. D. Crenshaw, superintendent, ft23 Sec and arume. North ; ; MIsa Octarla Coffey. Sunday-school secretary. 1824 State street Mr. Olitb Baitist Church, Cednr street. Sunrise prayer-meeting l a. ni: Sunday-school 9 :S0 a. ra. ; preaching Run day at 11 :30 a. m. and 8 p. m : tirst Sua day, communion aerrlces at 3 :3a p. ra. teachers' meetlnc Tuesday evenlnsn 7 :5fl prayer-meeting Tuesday erenlnr at 7 :W preaching Thursday nlaht; Uev. C. H Clark. Ik TV, paator, 610 Jo Johnanit BTenae: Mr. Philip Douglaas, 1809 lackeoa street, church clerk ; Rer. T. J Lewis. Sunday-achool superintendent, 121' Clinton street; Mr. .Andrew Allison, Rnn mf Missionary Society Monday arleraoon i :BU o'clock. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. December Rules, 1911. John Crosby vs. Lena Crosby. In this cause It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the de fendant is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, therefore the ordinary process of law can not be served upon her; It is therefore ordered that said defendant enter her appearance i herein at the October term of the Davidson County Circuit Court, to be holden at the Court House In NaBh- ville, Tennessee, on the 1st Monday In December, it being a rule day of this Court, and defend, or said com plalnant's bill will be taken for con fessed as to her and set for hearing ex parte. It Is therefore ordered that a copy of this order be publish ed for four weeks In succession In the Nashville Globe, a newspaper pub lished in flash vllle. L. M. HITT, Clerk. E. R. RUTHERFORD. D. C. J. P. RHINES, Solicitor for Complainant When ou want any thine the in line cf Drug, perfumes or Toilets Call DAVID J. KUHN'S DRUG STORE Phone Main 1718 and I will be out to see you at tnce with my wagon. WILLIE-TISViLE.Agt. VAm. YOUING PROPRIETOR OF Young's Hotel 710 CKDAR STREET Regular rales $1.00 to $1.25 per day. Wirl cte special attention to private suppers and after thea ter parties. Prepared to serve from 2 to 40. National Furniture Company DEALERS IN New and Second-Hand Furniture, Stoves, Etc. Highest Prices Paid for Sec ond-lland Furniture Telephone Main 1S93 We Sell on Easy Payment 1018 Jeffrmon S Perry & Lester Coal Co. M'liolrsale and Retail Dealers iu C)AIL TANNER IIENDRICK, Manaaer. Yards: 606 Second Ave., N. Phone Main 29. Robt. H. Fite Harry L. Albright FITE, ALBRIGHT & CO. GENERAL INSURANCE Nashyille, Tenn., Phone, Main 603 800 Third Are., North Collection Plates for Church or Sunday School These collection plates are made of thoroughly seasoned selected, best grade stock. 10 INCH DIAMETER Dark Oak HI .7 each or 2 f or Light Oak . . . .K2.00 each or 2 for K:S.J0 Quartered Oak 2.75 each or 2 for HS-OO Imitation Mahogany... 8I.50 each or 2 for S52.75 12 INCH DIAMETER Dark Oak H2.00 each or 2 for HZt.SO Light Oak HS.XO each or 2 for H Quartered Oak S:t.2. each or 2 for SO.OO Imitation Mahogany ... 1 .75 each or 2 for 3.00 Wicker Baskets for Collec tions. No. 1. 2 1-2 Inches deep, 9 inches In diame ter. Price mto eaeli. No. 2. 2 1-2 inches deep, 9 inches in diame ter neatly finished lrice 75o each. No. 3. Made with handle 24 inches long, 2 3-4 inches deep, 9 inches in diameter. Price Sl.OO each. The above prices include delivery charges. ORDER FROM National Baptist Publishing Board, 523 SECOND AVE., NORTH, N.l.v;iL. - - TENS. FOR SALE. Three Beautiful Colonial Collages on Heiman and Scovel Streets near Fisk University, with el net mantels, cenient walks, city water, nice high terracid lots angingin price from ' StLZ 1 to S3,300 .On enwyj paymrnl. ". Will install plumbingj at cost to purchaser if desired. II. E. COLK, Agknt, Tythian Temple, 428 5th Avenue, North. Phone Main 4415. FOR SALE 0 Two 4 room cottages lots 50x150 feet to an alley and 25x172 feet respectively, STOO to $1200.00 Payments $25.00 rush, balance $10.00 pr month, located 1537 12th Aveuue, North, and 1 713 Heiman St. s .HAYES COLE, Agent.