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TIIE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1907.
friend a letter In which appeared the
'"The Globe' is far beyond my ex
pectation, both in mechanical appear
ance and in quality and quantity of
news. It Is a credit to its editor and
publishers, as well as to the race, and
I shall take pleasure Jn showing it to
my friends and speaking in the high
est terms of the publication and of
those who are behind it.
- "Yours truly,
"E. W. MEEK."
The letter was written by Mr. E.
W. Meek, foreman of the C M. E.
Publishing House at Jackson, Tenn.,
and is an unsolicited compliment that
is highly appreciated.
Eureka Dancing Class
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC IN
and Church St.
and Church St
REGULAR DAKCHG CLASS
every Monday and Friday nights from
8:30 to 9:30. Mr. Dock Liner will give
instructions free of charge to all wishing,
to learn the new dances that are put on.
Good order will be observed. Parents
with children admitted free.
' . DOCK USER, Instructor
WE AKE 11EA.DY FOR OUIl FRIENDS AND PATH NS.
AN EARLY CALL.
WE SHALL SHOW SOME SNAPPY BARGAINS AS AN INTRODUCTION TO OUU NEW LOCATION.
WE SHALL SHOW SOME NEW SPUING CREATIONS IN A FEW DAYS.
9-7-06 tf , '
REV. MR. WARD, OF CHATTA-NOOGA.
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$20 Suits and Overcoats.
$15 Suits anl Overcoats
35 Boys' Winter Caps
Suits and Overcoats.
Soft and Stiff Hats...
Soft ami Stiff Hats. ..
Wright's Health Underwear
Men's Patent Vici Shoes
Men's Vici or Box Calf Shoes.
Ladies' Fatent Vici Shoes
Ladies Vici Shoes
PiftH Avenue and Church Street.
Rev. G. Wm. Ward, of Chattanooga, Need anything
Tenn., is expected in tne city tne eany
part of March. Rev. Ward is one of
the prominent ministers of Chatta
nooga. He is pastor of the Monu
mental Baptist Church of that city,
which is often styled "The ML Olive"
of Chattanooga. Rev. Ward is a mem
ber of tho Publishing Board and is ex
pected at their monthly meeting for
Call on &
'. M MMLIp
Prices to Suit the Masses.
MISS A. P. BROOKS.
Miss A. P. Brooks, head curse at
Mercy Hospital, Is winding up her
first year and is slated to leave the
city during the present week for her
home in West Virginia. She came
here to take charge of the Nurse
Training Department of Mercy Hos
pital, and although she has been very
sick during her stay, has made an ex
cellent record. Her training, which
she received at the Freedmen's Hos
pital, fully prepares her for the work.
Aside from being an excellent and at
tentive nurse, her manner is said to
be most charming. She made a last-
Pension vouchers and other impor
tant papers fixed with prompt
ness and dispatch.
ALL - BVSIKESS - CONFIDENTIAL
Is your life insured? Is your house
and Furniture Insured? Aren't
You tired paying Rent?
CEDAR ST., Boyd Bldg. NASHVILLE, TENN
Stove Repair Work
f ''' .
Dawson, captain, plays the position
of guard, is of medium height and
very fast, used to carry the ball up
the field and is a very clean player.
ureen, guard, is very good to watch
We repair all kinds of Stoves, Ranges
aud Base Burners between meals. We
ing impression upon her many friends buy and sell Stoves and Furniture new
who are in this city. It is rumored and second-hand.
titrtoyXomeSL,0Herim. All Work Giuittsel to be Satisfactory.
presslon of Nashville was favorable In TELEPHONE S213 L.
every respect, yet she had little time nno QVFRTON'AND DIVISION STS..
tn minsrlfi in society. Whether she
will return is a matter undecided at NASHVILLE,
LAURENCE DUNBAR'S WANTED AH Churches and Sunday
BOOKS. schools to use our nionev Gleaners.
ciTr.o rif dAflfh nf tb a celebrated Albums, etc.. to raise means to pav off
his man, but very rough and fouls oft- T,0et and author, Paul Laurence Dun- all indebtedness. For sale, by National
Ph. f 1 1.0- i wfcit Iiottd Wn oaforlv Baotist. Publishing Board. 'i Second
. I UO.4, lllO UUUft.O Altl. ? U V v. vn0v-. J I i f ' V
bmlth, center, is a good basket cnno-ht no rtomntui bns ennsed rrv- avenue. North. Nashville. Tenn.
v.. i ,1 r, , , . 1 .u.w --
uiiuwci, uui namncappea Dy Deing erai 0f the popular books to go out or
very unsteady ion his feet. t. v,0c.. a "Tfnnnioa hnt
Key. forward:, is one of the best nf m nn tn InwrwrateJUnJcrthotawsof Tenne8$e
- U1CIC IUC a 1C HIV" c im, puvi 1 vo
- - "S'!'6-, year .and-' hard to be .watched; and
a' sure bashet" tlu'ower.""" -
Brumfield, forward, easily eludes
his man and is dangerous at all times.
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SftVE S50 OS $109 0 A PURCHASE.
20 soon. Nothing isniore .pie-asms
as a present man one
of Dunbar's works:
When Malinda Sings .....$1.G3
Poems of Cabin and Field ,
Lyrics of Lowly Life
Talks from Dixey (a story) .
The Strength of Gideon
Sykcs,- forward, is tall, very fast
and gets, rid of the ball at all angles Love of Landry
zuu easny loses nis man. . . In ow Plantation Days
Merry, captain, is a very, versatile sunshine "and Shadow
player and plays either . forward or tfearthslde
guard with ease. ' " Handletimes ..'. . . .
Wade, center, can be depended upon gport 0f the Gods,
to get the ball to his men' and for Vt3t-v Uniinw. . .
1110 oic 10 CAepLiuxiiuiy lilhl..
Ilpshaw, guard, is both a basket
thrower and fine guard and is without
doubt the best of the season. '
White, guard, always watches his
man and gets the ball at critical stages
of the game.
Boutte, forward, is good in 'keeping
the ball in his territory and also in
passing it to his men.
UT Gal 1-50
Howdy, Honey, Howdy 1.50
togin' Erlong 1.50
Make your order now from the Na
Mcnal Baptist Publishing Board, 523
Second avenue, N., Nashville, Tenn. I
fS One-Gent Savings Ban!
CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00.
. Does a regular banking business. In
terest paid on all time deposits. Only
Institution of its kind in Tennessee.
R. H. Boyd, President,
J. W. BosmcK, Vice President,
J. C. Napibr, Cashier,
C.N. Lanoston, Teller.
411 FOURTH AVENUE, NORTH.
These Pianos aic Double Veneered, ct:se made in fancv llsr-
JC ured mahogany, fiine Circassian or burl walnut, or quarter- 3
tt savvea oaR ot tne nnest quality.
Sf We offer as our testimonals the people who have purchased 3
C and are now using our Pianos. Call on or write them for -2
tt their opinion: Dr. W. R. Baker, 15.0L Fourteenth ave., N..
i Nashville, Tenn., Bishop Evans Tyree, J5 N. Hill street,
K Nashville, Tenn.; Mrs.Lovell Landers, 1603 Harding street. 5
Stith, captain and forward, is a. very
aggressive player and throws baskets
at all 'angles. '
We do a SPOT CASH Business. All tfoodV
strictly FIRST CLASS. We carry a full
line of Everything in the
WE SOLICIT THE PATRONAGE OF
523 Second ave., N., J
luueh r;;nay School,-?
? Nashville, Tenn.; Mrs. R. II. Boyd, 523
M i-iluMli iV-iu.; i
For Prices and Terms Apply at
National Baptist Publishing Board,
R. H. BOYD. Secretary,
523 Second Avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn
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TO RESPONSIBLE PERSONS
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Till! KKCTUCKY LOAN CO.,
m-i CF.IHU STREET : IT SINKS,
Room 7 Twin
R. G. I,Iartin;'v
H. G Fite.
Martin & Fite
THE HSnilKIBLE TAILORS
SUITS TO ORDER, $15.00 Up
PANTS" " $4,00 Up
DELIGHTFUL ENTERTAIN MENTj
Mr. and 'Mrs. Church Ford, of Jo
Johnston ave., entertained Mr. Georgfe
Lee and Mr. Archie Pointer last Mon
day evening, February 25. "Pit" was
the evening's chief diversion between
Messrs. Pointer, Church, Lee and Mrs.
Church. The merry party enjoyed
Lowe, forwdrd, lacks experience, some very rare selections by the noted
lyt will develop into a fast player. pianist, Miss Ida White. j
Fcidore, center, Is in the game all ' ' "
the time and is-a hard man to watch. BIRTHDAY SURPRISE.
Jackson, guard, watches his man Mr. and Mrs.' N. J. Buchanan, of 81 801 Ewfofl AVC, Gomer Of FOfld St.
Kilt frvula nrvnHTiiii11ir , ..,.n.nn UV
TvrT-:i, i i , : tt,t if 1 ei. 1 iin, oooo I,
mijcoajv, guaiu, i tuwiijB iu me i nay party, r naay, reoruary 10, in
came, and is quick on nasslnc: the nmTinr nf thrtr tipipp ATlss nVTnrv T.
tall to his men. Drew, at her home'. 134 Lafavette PRICE LIST.
ctroot Tlio'irimsts whn wpvp rhnnpr- 2 2 lb. Cans of com. . . ....15o
Bandits. oned bv Mrs. H"rhnnan. arrived at 8 2 2 lb. cans ot early June peas 15c
o'clock. Music and samcs were the 3 3 b rans hartlet Peaf 20c
Hndnott, captain, Is a very fast for- features of the evening. A three- 2 2 C!,1,s ot " l1;, rnes lc
ward and considering his lack of ex- course menu was served. The guests MCCaSkey Nut Meg WltD Crater ....10c
yerience is one of the best. '. numbered about seventy and before ilu pA jl iii.,iri
Davidson, forward, is handicapped heaving wished the honoree many hap- villi I Dt IH'illi UU lllti lllillKt!l.
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by his size, but is very fast.
Clark, center, is inexperienced and
therefore vry rough but will develop
into a good player.
Richmond, guard, is a good basket
Ihrower and watches his man at all
Rosenberg,, .guard, is exceptionally
Tut and always gets the ball.
K PresMii;'nii(l Altering Neatly
' Ladies Work a Spcciiilty,
Clothes C'alltd for and
Del i vend
Spring fain pies, now ready.
CALL TO SEE US
001 Cedar St red, Nashville, Teun.
py returns of the evening.
May Rules, 1907.
. Isabella Caster vs. Henry Caster. In
this cause It appearing to the satisfac
tion of the Court that the defendant Is
a non-resident of the State of Tennes
see, therefore the ordinary process of
law can not be served upon him; it Is
therefore ordered that said defendant
enter his appearance herein at the
next term of the Davidson County Cir
cuit Court, to be holden at the Court
House in Nashville, Tennessee, on the
first Monday in May, it being 6th, and
defend, or said complalnant'3 bill will
be taken for confessed as to him and
set for hearing exparte. It is there-
When an experienced printer and ho
:m all-round newspaper man says a pa- sie-n In the Nashville Globe, a newspa
per is good over his signature, there per published in Nashville.
?s something to it. A copy of the L. M. HITT. Clerk
Globe was sent to Mr. E. W. Meek, B. COOK D C
of Jackson, Tenn., and after he had q p Anderson
ieaa it over, ne wrote to a Nashville Solicitor for ComnlalnanL
fiykes forward Outlaws
Key forward . .' Sophomores
Ezldore center Freshmen
Upshaw guard Outlaws
Wade 'guard Outlaws
COMPLIMENTS THE GLOBE.
Residence, ioi Lafayette St. Tel. 789
Dr G, H. Bandy,
Office, 403 S. Cherry St.
9 vo IS a. m. X 3 to 4 p. m.
to P. i m
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Telephone IIS!. Nashville. Tenn.
If you want to buy,
If you want to sell,'
If you want to rent,
See T. CLAY MOORE,
The Real Estate Agent,
119 Celar street Doyd Building
?hone 967. rnD ntx!n
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