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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY
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Filth Avenue
and Clicrch St.
OUR
Fifth Avenue
and Church St
NEW MOUSE.
WE ARE READY FOR OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS.
AN EARLY CALL.
WE SOLICIT
WE SHALL SHOW-SOME SNAPPY IUWJALNS AS AN INTRODUCTION TO OUR NEW LOCATION.
WE SHALL SHOW SOME NEW SPRING CREATIONS IN A FEW DAYS.
Suits ami Overcoats.
$20
$15 Suits anl Overcoats
$12.50 Suits and Overcoats.
$2.50 Soft and Still Hats....
$1.50 Soft and Stiff Hats. . .
35 Rovs' Winter Caps
$11.85
$9.85
.. $7.85
$1.35
...98c
19c
$1.25
$1
$5
$3
$4
$3
Child's Shoes.
Wright's Health Underwear.
Men's Patent Vici Shoes.
Men's Vici or Box Calf Shoes.
Ladies' Tatent Vici Shoes.
Ladies Vici Shoes
; ' "v
...73c
....63c
$3.38
$1.98
$2.23
$1.98
Fifth Avenue and Church Str'-t.
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Eureka Dancing Glass
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC IN
BOYD'S HALL,
CCEDAR STREET.)
SPORTING NEWS. ::
BASKETBALL AT FISK.
Feb. 16, the The Outlaws won a hot-
oi,,i fmm fverv Mondav and Friday nights from
SrpJnditT 80 to 9:30. Mr. Dock Liner will give
Frhmen Position Outlaws, instructions free of charge to all wishing .
Freshmen. . position. uuuaws. &k put oQ
Lowe ...Forward Sykes Good order wiu bc observed. Parents
Stith .......Forward ..Murphy with children admitted free.
...Center Wade
....Guard Merry
...Guard Upshaw
Ezldore . . .
McKlssack
Jackson . .
Captain
Field goals Ezldore (4), Murphy
(2), Merry (2), Upshaw (2), Stith
(lj. Free Throws Stith (1)
Ezldore (1), Sykes (1), Merry
(1). Referee A. H. Brown. Umpire
G. King. Score: Outlaws 14.
Freshmen 12'
DOCK LIXER, Instructor.
ADMISSION
Need anything
15 Cents.
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Call on J t
Richard Hill,
Sophomores. Position. Bandits.
Brumfleld ....Forward Richmond
Key Forward Hadnott
Smith ...Center Clark
Dawson Guard mIteLiZi,
Green .......Guard Kosenburg
Captain.
Field goals Key (4), Hadnott (2),
Richmond (1), Dawson (1). Rosen
burg (1). Free Throws Brumfleld
(4), Richmond (2). Referee A. H.
Brown. Umpire G. King. Score:
Sophomores 14. Bandits 10.
NOTARY PUBLIC
Pension vouchers and other impor
tant papers fixed with prompt
ness and dispatch
BUSINESS - CONFIDENTIAL
Is your life insured? Is your house
and Furniture Insured? Aren't
You tired paying Rent?
TELEPHONE 1889,
CEDAR ST., Boyd Bldg. NASHVILLE, TENN
E. FOSTER.
C.W. RODES.
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wmrwuHmiummmmmrnmiiinmm
ices to Suit the Masses.
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MURFREESBORO NOTES.
The students of Bradley Academy
celebrated Abraham Lincoln's birth
Tuesday, February 12. A very appropri
ate pragram was rendered. There were
two representatives from each grade.
Those on program were Misses Josle
STANDING.
Team.
Outlaws 6 5
Sophomores 5 4
Bandits 5 1
Freshmen C 1
P W L Per.
1
1
4
5
833
800
200
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THE STANDARD GIANTS BASE
BALL CLUB ROYALLY ENTERTAINED.
Stove Repair Work
We repair all kinds of Stoves, Ranges,-'
aud Base Burners between meals. We .
buy . and sell Stoves and Furniture new
and second-hand.
All Work Guaranteed to be Satisfactory.
TELEPHONE 3243 L.
COR OVERTON AND DIVISION STS.,
- TENN.
8-24-06 utf
The Standard Giants were royally
and Bertha Blackman, Anna Ander- entertained by a banquet given by NASHVILLE,
son, Allean Boles, Henrietta Williams, their manager, Mr. WMte, at ms res
Bessie Works and Lorell Brown, idence on Fifth avenue, South, Tues
eighth grade; Miss Maggie Eules and day evening. Music was furnished by
Mr. Samuel Avent, Seventh; Mr. Ar- one of the best orchestras of Nash
thur Butler and Miss Tdella Hatton, ville, which rendered some of the
Fifth; Masters Irving Garner, Walter rarest selections ever heard. Mr.
James, fourth; A. D. Hogg, third; John Hurt acted as toastmaster and
Tennie Everett and Eugene Childress, the manner in which the popular sec
second; Mattie Alexander and Walter ond baseman dished them out made a
Jordan, first grade. Afterward Dr. lasting impression and every member
and :uest. rpsnonded loyally.
' After courses or eataoies, wmes ana - . p I
ices which were very, very elaborate, I nfil)fMlt 4VWIIMS BailX.
irW'A-X - WViHa none?" tKcr HiViiQflTn i .,w.w-w - j -
O. C. Hf"de.n, Rev. B. F. Anderson and
Bradford made short speeches.
The Ladies' Embroidery CluD was
highlf . ciftcf&frwd at the '"hame'bf
Mrs. Walter Pages. After business a
very tempting menu was served:
Beaten biscuit, creamed oysters,
chicken salad, pickles, grape fruit,
-Hatine pnd cake. Those present:
Mesdarres J. B. Sublett, Mamie Vaugh,
O. B. Brady, J. B. McClellan, R. B.
Meeks, Horace Mitchell, Preston
Scales, Misses Etna Howland, Matilda
Green, Maggie Nelson, Lillie M. Lill
ard. Nannie M. Ransom, Johnnie
O'Neal and Ehna A. Williams.
The Ladies' Embroidery Club was
highly enteralned by Miss Nannie
Ransom. A very Interesting piece
was read by Mrs. G. B. Brady, "Honest
Labor Not Degrading," after which
a tempting menu was served: Escal
loped oysters on lettuce, ham, beaten
WANTED All Churches and Sunday
schools to use our money Gleaners,
Albums, etc., to raise means to pay off
all indebtedness. For sale, by National
Baptist, Publishing Board, 523 Second
avenue, North, Nash villi, Tenn.
Incorporated UnJer the Laws of Tennessee.
CAPITAL STOCK. $25,000.00.
Manager white called the house to
order and Mr. C. B. Reaves was made '
President: Mr. J. W. White. Manager.
and W. G. Sublett, Secretary, and by : Does a regular banting business. In-
unanimous voice of the house Mr. terest paid on all time deposits. Only
Howard Petway,. who did stunts for fcstitmion of its kind in Tennessee.
one or me professional teams. 01 uui
rago last sean, was elected captain.
As to his ability his work with Chi
rago was commented upon by several
of the Northern naners.
One of Nashville's colored tailors
was on hand and took the measure of
oah member for a new uniform and
oats. which will add greatly to the!
p.npearance of the team. The man
agers promise to nut forth one of the
strongest teams that has ever faced
our diamond and will spare no pains
to do so.
The Standard.? will travel extensive-
B. H. Boyd, President,
J. W. Boptick, Vice President,
1. C. Napier, Cashier,
C.N. Lanoston, Teller.
411 fOURTH AVENUE, NORTH,
NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE.
Mi
WE S50 OR $100 01 A PURCHASE.
TERiVtS REASONABLE
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l ucse Pianos att Di iilik Vci tatd, caj-e n adc in lane) fig- S
u -vi I fii.iliugany, fiinc Circassian or burl walnut, or quarter- 3
sawed oakOi the finest quality. J
Wc offer as our testimonals the people who have purclitistd $
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now usinu' our rtauos. v.au on or wrnc inern ior "Z
Dir. Dr. W. R. Hiker, 150t Fourteenth ave., N.. 5
biscuit, rlrkle, apricot ice and egg havlnr arrflnr(1(1 with Mem-
1 mi L nr 1 1 ' ' ' " - ' 1 '
Kisses. mose piesui were ivieauanifa
J. B. Sublett. G. B. Brady. II. P. Scales,
Mannie Vaugh, George Ransom, J. B.
McClellan, Walter Page, Misse3 Etna I
nhis, Hot Springs, Little Rock, and
during the month of July will.make a
trip south as far as Texas, playing all
the leading teams, Chattanooga, At-
Howland Boulah Miller, Matilda lanta Birmingham, Macon, New Or
aim are
? C'l'Jir OpHllDlT.-
v-K ivi k'. Tenn.. msnon livnis 1 vree, 10 . tun street,
N ishville, Tenn.; Mrs. Lovcll Lailers, lGO i Harding street, J
Nashville, Tenn.; Mrs. R. II. Hoyd, 523 Second ave., N., J
nhille, Penn.; M1. Olive qtist Church Sunday School, x
T is'iville. Tenn. 1 S
For Prices and Terms Apply at
Green, Lillie M. Lillard and Elma A.
Williams.
Rev. and Mrs. G. B. Taylor were in
the city last Friday attending Mr.
Henderson Hall's funeral.
leans and Beaumont, Texas, and will
rtfve our patrons an opportunity of
seeing the same. The team is excep
tionally strong in every department,
infield and outfield, and the pitching
The funeral of Mrs. Eliza Keeble "taff cannot be surpassed by any
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BIG GROCERS
Of
SOUTH NASHVILLE.
We do a SPOT CASH Business. All tfoods
strictly FIRST CLASS, we cirry a mil .
line of Everythintf in the
tfro .ery line.
WE SOLICIT THE PATRONAGE OP
EVERYBODY.
othef 801 Ewing Ave., Corner of Fogg St.
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National Baptist Publishing Board,
R. H. BOYD, Secretary.
523 Second Avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn
Loaned
T 3S3PON3 B .EPER ONS
8a Thur Own Motes
WITIIO T SECURITY.
the mm mi co.,
' m-i trh:t : n' stubs,
llroiii 7 Twin Building,
KASKYILLE,
TENN,
A NARROW ESCAPE.
"onl lias been received in this city
that Mr. George Willis Burrill, the son
or Mr. Chas. II. Burrill, secretary and
de-n ot the Globe Publishing Com
pany, was in a wreck on the Long
Island Railway last week.
The tn!n turned turtle and most of
tho?e nvon it had to be pulled out,
T?cnia'kible to relate though, not a
1 e son uion the wrecked train was
KillPd. When rescued from the train,
Mr. BmiiM was asked if he wanted to
to to n hospital. Though consider
-My shaken up and suffering from
minor injuries, he replied, "No. I
want to ro home." It is thought that
young Mr. Burrill is able at this writ
ing to follow hi3 regular avocation.
was held Tuesday at Primitive Bap
tist Church. She leaves thre daugh
ters and one son.
Mrs. Tennie Williams, Mrs. Rebecca
Sparrow are on the sick list.
Rev. B. F. Anderson has an attack
of rheumatism.
team in the South. One peculiarity
is that every member claims Nashville
as hi3 home. It is composed exclu
sively of home talent, a characteristic
Tel. Main, 3638 Y.
and their friends retired.
GOODLETTSVILLE NOTES.
Rev. R. C. McLendon preached very
Instructively List Sunday morning on
"The Ten Virgins."
Mr. .1. M. Pivr.c was railed to Nash
ville last week on the account of the thIs cause lt appearing to the satlsfac-
fimth of m father ' n oi ine uourt mat ine aeienaant is
a non-resident or tne state or Tennes-
PRICE LIST.
i i lh. cans of corn ...1fi
no other team can boast of, and it i3 2 2 lb. cans of early June peas 15c
certain that every member will put 2 3 lb cans of bartlet peag 20c
ip a big fight for the glory of his 2 2 lb. cans of ra pbernes . . ...15c
home. After having spent a remark- McCaskej Nut Meg With Grater 10c
iian 1 ic !eiu on me marKei.
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NON-RESIDENT NOTICE.
May Rules, 1907.
Isabella Caster vs. Henry Caster. In
see, therefore the ordinary process of
,M s. Litha Grlzzard, who was ill
lat woel;. is well a-rain, and has been i, . u A ' .
visiting friends in Nashville this thprpfnrp orr1prpH fhnf RnM rtpfon(1ar,J
Miss Ijiura Cantrell will renew her next term of the Davidson County Clr-
sutseriptlon for the Globe. cult Court, to be holden at the Court
The wsny v rtlms of la grippe are flt Mond ln M lt be, fa" A
all rapidly being restored to health ,lafaA M .A v.,,' .,
defend, or said complainant's bill will
tie taken for confessed as to him and
Fisk Ret for hearing exparte. It is there
fore ordered that a copy of this order
he, nnbllshed for four weeks In surees-
Mrs. Martha Hendricks, one of the sion n the Nashville Globe, a newspa-
Residence, iox Lafayette St. Tel. 789
Dr G. H. Bandy,
Office, 403 S. Cherry St.
OFFICE HOURS:
9 to II a.m. X 3 to 4 p.m.
and
6 to 8 p.m.
. Tenn. I .
again.
Rev. R. C. McLendon visited
University this week.
Telephone 1181.
utf.
original niemoers and stauncn sup'
sorters of the Congregational Church
here has been wholly restored to
health again and will now resume
active service in her church.
per published in Nashville.
L. M! HITT. Clerk.
W. B. COOK, D. C.
Q. F. Anderson.
Solicitor for Complainant.
If you want to buy, j
If you want to sell,
If you want to rent, . j
See T. CLAY MOORE, j
The Real Estate Agent,
H9 Cedar street Boyd Building
Phone 967. (Ud SUli .
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