The Nashville Globe from Nashville, Tennessee on May 1, 1908 · Page 2
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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1903. GEO. W. McKISSACK, Contractor, Builder and Practical Bricklayer He has always been able to please the home- folks. He has contracted for and erected some of the most substantial buildings in the city. FOR ALL OTHER INFORMATION APPLY AT Rooms 1 and 2. Napier Court. TELEPHONE uy Your fKuri c! Linco n FORMERLY SOBEL Ct CO. Wholesale Dealers in Tennessee Whisky and Fruit Brandies. 514-516-518 NORTH COLLEGE STREET. 3C Did You See that Suit Made for Booker T, Washington R L. MILES, JR. THE TAILOR It lAas a Dream! Why not have Mm make yours? 423 Deaderici Street, A Letter From THE 4 SPA " To the Public. WE are trying to make this our Banner Year in the ICE CREAM business, after having: been favored with all the large banquets of Nash, ville. We are going to make better cream this year than ever. Better service in and outside. So we hope to receive orders from all of our people. J J C. T. COFFEY, Proprietor, Corner Cedar Street and 9th Avenue, North. MAIN, 1477. Whisky Whisky j- - Go. MURFREESBORO NOTES. Mr. Walter Page is spending a few weeks in Nashville. Mrs. Ida Whitfield, of Mt. Pleasant, has returned after spending a week with her mother and friends. Mrs. J. B. McClellan entertained Mrs. Ida Whitfield at a 5 o'clock tea. A very pleasant evening was spent. Those present were Mesdanies Walter Page, Tennie Williams, J. B. Sublett, Alice Sparrow, G. B. Brady and Annie Jones. Mrs. Ida Whitfield spent Thursday with Mrs. J. B. Sublett and was entertained at dinner by Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sublett. The Ladies' Embroidery Club met with Miss Elma A. Williams last Saturday evening, at her home on Forrest street. After the business meeting was over a two-course menu was served. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Whitaker, Mrs. Eugene Clayton, Mr. and Mrs. War-field spent Sunday in the city the guests of Mr. A. J. Anderson.. The funeral of Mr. Walter Anderson was held at the Missionary Baptist Church, Revs. S. Florel, Lillard and Crutcher, officiating. Mrs. Mattie Woods, of Nashville, was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Nannie Kirk, Sunday. Mr. Eugene Miller, of Nashville, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mc-Cauley last Sunday. Miss M. E. Hargrave, of Nashville, is in the city. Miss Pearl Fletcher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fletcher, died Monday, April 20. Funeral services were conducted at the family residence, corner University and E. Castle streets, Tuesday, April 21, by Rev. Mr. Reed, of the A. M. E. Church. Interment at Mt. Pleasant, the young lady's former home. The friends in this city of Mr. Joe Edwards, who recently died at Nashville, were deeply grieved to hear of his death. Mrs. James Long and Mr. Jas. Sublette, of Blackman, visited Miss Florence Kirk last Saturday. It has been announced that the "Club of the South" is preparing for a Calico Contest, which will take place at the First Baptist Church on Monday night, May 4. Contestants are Misses Beulah Miller, Lura Meeks, Dil-cie Buttler, Willie Todd, Lorell Brown, Willie M. Cowan. Each young lady will be attired in calico in many styles, and the two who receive the highest number of votes, at 5 cents per vote, will be awarded handsome prizes. BRENTWOOD NOTES. Miss Willie McGavock's school closed April 17th. Th., parents and visiting friends enjoyed the exercises. Master Roderick H. McGavock attended the closing exercises of his sister's school. Mr. Rodins Perkins, a stone contractor, has the contract of getting out stones from the bed of the new Inter-urban' road, for ' the Franklin Turnpike Company. He is furnishing work for a great many people. Miss Willie McGavock, of Nashville, spent Monday and Tuesday visiting her parents and grandparents. She also attended the closing exercises of Mrs. Cora L. Fields' school. Rev. S. M. Utley, Presiding Elder of the West Nashville District, held a very successful conference at Brooks Chapel M. E. Church last Saturday night, and on Sunday morning he preached a powerful sermon. Mrs. Utley accompanied Rev. Mr. Utley to the conference, and expressed herself as having had a fine time among the members of the church. The Brentwood school closed last Monday night with a fine programme, which reflected great credit both to the teachers and pupils. Each one present enjoyed the exercises. At the close of the programme Prof. Johnson, President of Roger Williams University, delivered a fine address to the school. There were eight graduates from the seventh grade, who received their diplomas: Misses Samuella, Nor-vella and Estella Leek, Lillie Armstrong, Susie Voorhies and Sallie Hunt, Messers. Theodore Lenox and Percy Vernon. Mr. D. A. Hart business manager of the Nashville Globe, left the city late Thursday afternoon by the Illinois Central for Norfolk, Va., to attend the General Conference of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Mr. Hart will probably be absent about one month. HELIOTROPE CIRCLE. The members of the Heliotrope Circle spent a very pleasant afternoon Friday at the residence of Mrs. Chas. Cotten on Fogg street, with Mrs. Dave Britt as the guest of honor. The house was beautifully decorated with heliotropes. Mrs. Cotten was assisted in receiving by Mrs. J. T. Tinner. After the business was transacted the ladies were served strawberry cream with individual cakes with the initial of the club on each piece of cake in pink. Those present were Mesdames I. E. Alsup, W. P. Phillips, W. N. Hill, Jno. Cunningham, S. V. Lortin, Christy, Franklin, S. T. Shelby, J. B. Batte and Katie Richmond. The next meeting will be with Mrs. J. B. Batte, of Stevenson avenue, May 1st. WILLING WORKERS. The Willing Workers of Kayne Avenue Baptist Church met in their regular weekly meeting at the residence of Mrs Rachel Thornton, 1416 Fifteenth avenue, South, on Monday evening, with an xtra large number of members present. The meeting was particularly interesting and a deal of business was transacted. Some of the most important business was the favorable reply to the letter of anneal sent out to the Baptists of the State by the Superintendent of Missions, Rev. E, &L Lawrence. They gladly responded with a donation which in all respects they considered as the Widow's Mite, with the hope that it will be cheerfully received. , After the regular routine of business was transacted, an elaborate two-course menu, prepared by Mrs. Janie Brown, was served, and an enjoyable hour was spent in trying to work the puzzle presented by the president, which mastered all who tried it. Those present were Rev. J. C. Lott, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Stokes, Mr and Mrs. Giles Thornton, Mr. and Mrs. James Sumner, Mesdanies Sarah Allen, Fred Johnson, R. L. Miles, Chas. Cloyd, Lizzie Gregory, Queenie Turner, Brunette, Jas. Gentry, Janie Brown, Miss A. L. Morton, Secretary; A. L. Anderson, President; Messrs. Wm. Sykes, D. C. P. McGee, and little Miss Rachel Sumner. The next meeting is to be held in the pastor's study Monday evening, May 4. TWO IMPORTANT CONVENTIONS. W. R. Pettiford Elected Delegate at Large from Alabama. Birmingham, Ala., April 29. The Alabama Republican State Convention of the anti-administration, faction of the party Was held in Birmingham to day with practically every county in the State represented. The surprise of the convention was the affiliation of National Committeeman Charles H. Scott, of Montgomery, with this faction of the party. Mr. Scott was elected Permanent Chairman of the convention, and made a ringing speech calL ing for "an Independent Republican party in Alabama untrammeled by the influences of Federal officeholders." The sessions appeared to be harmonious, the only ripple being created when there was an attempt on the part of the negro delegates to make H. V. Cashin, of Decatur, one of the best Known negroeg in the State, Temporary Chairman. The colored delegates, however, were given places on. all Of the committees. The convention indorsed the Congressional District delegates which have been chosen to the National Convention where the Congressional Conventions recognized the legality of the Davidson wing of the party. Candidates for all State offices to be filled at the November election were named. Four delegates-at-large to the National Convention at Chicago were chosen, as follows: Judge Asa E. Stratton, of Clanton; Charles D. Alexander, of At-talla; W. R. Pettiford (colored), of Birmingham; Maj. Charles Allison, of Birmingham. The report of the Resolutions Committee indorses the National Republican administration, is entirely non-committal as to candidates for the Presidential nomination, and takes a pronounced stand against the anti-corporation activities of the Democratic party in Alabama. The administration wing of the party, headed by J. 0. Thompson, of Birmingham, will hold its convention in Birmingham next 'Wednesday.' Jackson, Miss., April 29. The Republican State Convention, held here to-day, developed rather tumultuously, a lively fisticuff preceding the opening of the session when a number of those who favored the selection of Senator Foraker for the Presidential nomination attempted to force their way into the convention, which was controlled by the supporters of President Roosevelt and the policies of the present National administration. Quiet was restored, however, when a special officer, stationed at the door of the convention hall, drew his pistol and threatened to shoot any one who attempted further to force an entrance. The outcome was the holding of two conventions, the "regulars" indorsing the National administration and selecting delegates known to be favorable to the policies of President Roosevelt. The "bolters" adopted resolutions In denouncement of the President's National administration, and instructed their delegates to vote for Senator Foraker for the Presidential nomination. DR. REDMOND A BENEDICT. The news of the marriage of Dr. R. J j. Redmond, who finished with the class of 1908 Meharry .Medical College, at Indianola, Miss., was quite a surprise to his Nashville friends, though it was known that he was engaged. The announcement cards received In this city last week stated that Miss Julie P. Thomas, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Thomas, and Dr. Redmond were married on Sunday evening, April 19. at half-past 9 o'clock, at the A. M. E. Church in Indianola, Miss. At present Mr, and Mrs. Redmond are residing in Indianola. ICECREAM AND SHERBETS Retail 75 cents per gallon. 40 cents per half gallon. 25 cents per quart. TELEPHONE - - IOO,, FACTORY AND PARLOR 502 BROAD STREET 502 4-4-08tf , CALL 3008-R L. M. KLEIN MANUFACTURER OF BREAD, CAKES, ICE CREAM All orders filled and delivered promptly. Special prices on CONFi CTlONhRY and ICE CREAM for Festivals and Picnics. CARROLL STREET AND SECOND AVESIE. (MARKET STREET.) NASHVILLE, TENN, Have Your PLANNED AND BUILT "'OSES LlcKISSACK ARCHITECT and BUILDER Personal attention given Plans, Specifications and Superintending. ROOMS 1 2 NAPIER COURT. TOINSORIAL SHAVING PARLOR H. D. RAINNEY, Mgr. First-class in everv respeci . 130 Fifth Avenue, South. NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. THE ROYAL POOL AND BILLIARDS Cigars and Tobacco. Shoe Shining Parlor. Finest Pool Room in the South HIRAM HARDING. Prop.. 812 Cedar Steet, Nashville, Tennessee. Bargains For Sale QUIT PAYING REIIT. Now is the time to pick up good things-See these. 3 Rooms Cottage, Barn, Well Cistern, Anient St 1000.00 4 Rooms N. spruce near Cedar 1100.00 4 Rooms, Wharf Ave 1200.00 j 4 Rooms, Hall (new) South west 1400.00 5 Rooms, Brick, near Walden 1700.00 4 rooms Wharf Ave $800 4 rooms Thomas St 800 4 rooms and store East Hill St... 850 4 rooms and barn N. College St.. 900 2 houses on one lot Hamilton St. 950 I have several choice Kayne avenue lots on the site which was In-tended for Roger Williams, that for a few days are offered at from $5 to $7.50 per foot. Monthly payments. Only a few of these lots will be sold to our people and it so happens that THESE ARE THE BEST THERE. Don't be too late investigating this chance. If these don't suit call around I have others. Richard Hill, 4I0 Cedar Street. Telephone, Main 1889. WANTED! ONCE! Several en. GOOD PLAGE FOR RIGHT PARTIES. Call between S:80-9:00 a. m. Branch Olllce, Life & Casuality Co., m Fifth Avenue, N., Pythian Temple. HOUSE

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