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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1907. ., g
OUR NATIONAL DROP-HEAD
EWING MACHINES!
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BALL BEARINGS! EASY RUNNING!! PERFECT STITCHING!!!
THE MACHINE CAN BE CONVERTED IITO A NEAT AND
ATTRACTIVE DESK WHEN NOT IN USE.
A GOOD MACHINE AT FAR LESS THAN HALF PRICE!
Reliable Grocer of North Nashville,
We are able to furnish you anything in the grocery 1
line, prices to suit all, can goods must go to make S!
ruuiii lui taring muck.
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' No. , ven Drawers.
A TEN-YEAR GUARANTEE
Jhis is strictly u high
grade macHne of
the drop head pattern,
made in accoi dance with
Twentieth Century ideas,
finely built, light running,
easily managed, durable
and hatdsomely finished.
Itisequ lin EVERY PAR
TICULAR to the machines
sold through agents at from
40 00 to JftSO.00. We do not
offVr these machines in com -petition
with the cheap and
roughly built machines
which are being advertised
at almost any price the
purchaser is wiping to pay.
But we offer those who de
sire a really high-grade ma.
chine an opportunity to
get one for LESS THAN
HALF what such amuchine
would cost if bought from
an agent.
SOLI) BY THE SUPPLY DEPARTMENT
OF THE
National Baptist
R. H. BOYD, D. D., Secretary,
523 Second Avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn
D- A. DORTCH,
FURNITURE,
AND GENERAL HOUSE
CASH OU
Your Old Furniture
TELEPHONE,
1 1. Corner Uroadway ami Third Avenue,
MURFREESBORO NOTES.
Mrs. Clara Ewing is quite sick.
Mrs. Scales is very sick.
Miss Mary Eules, Mrs. Matilda Ross
and Mrs. Teasley are better.
The Pleasure seeking Club met at
Key's Chapel Monday night, March 17.
The program was as follows: Decla
mationClass: Ernest Jordan, John
.Scruggs. Mines Eules, -Morris Smith;
essay, Miss Cordle Douglass; Piano
Solo, Mr. Jack Bonds; Piano Solo,
Miss Sadie J. Anderson. Debate Re
solved, That the Indian has been more
favorably dealt with than has the Ne
gro: Affirmative, Miss Sadie Ander
son; Negative, Miss Anna Anderson.
Last Saturday afternoon was en
joyed by the Ladles' Embroidery Club
at the home of the president, Mrs. J.
U. Sublett. After the business meet
ing, a tempting menu was served by
John Ella Bass, Fanny Alexander and
yiiis handsome
Cabinet Drop
Head Sewing Ma
chines is one of the
latest models, and
is made of carefully
selected quarter
sawed Golden Oak,
highly polished and
ornamented with
marquetry finish
on drawers and
cabinet. It also
has a tape-measure
marked in colors ou
top part of wood
work.
ACCOMPANIES EACH ORDER.
Publishing Board,
FU11N18IIINU GOODS,
CREDIT.
Taken In Exchange.
MAIN 482.
AASHYILLE, TEX J.
Satie N. Williams, consisting of chick
en salad, beaten biscuit, cranberry,
sandwiches, whipped cream, crystal
ized cherries, cake and chocolate.
The decorations were geranium vines
and ferns. Those present were Mes
dames, J. B. McCIellan, R. B. Meeks,
Horace Mitchell, Mamie Vaughn,
Katy Page, Lizzie Calhouln, G. B.
Brady, Misses Johnnie O'Neal, Elma
A. Williams, little Margarett Sehorn
received.
Mrs. Florence Mefford has gone to
Odin. 111., to visit her brother, Mr.
Mardy Burton.
Mrs. Dora Ledbetter, Miss Addie
Alexander, iMrs. Matilda Ross are
pick.
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Bryant and
Miss Kitty (Jill, of Gallatin, and Mrs.
Hill, of Franklin, Ky., are at the bed
side of Mrs. H. P. Scales, who is ill
with pneumonia.
No. I. Five Oraw,
MR. WYMON BRADY.
The representative of the Nash
ville Globe. He Is coming to see you
soon. Be ready at all times.
Mr. Brady is the only agent we have
on this side of the river. Arw nn
else coming to you as representative
ot ine uioDe is an impostor.
GLOBE PUBLISHING COMPANY.
D. A. HART, MANAGER.
Mrs. Harriet Miller celebrated her
C3rd birthday Saturday evening at her
home. She received a number of
present. The menu consisted of ham,
pickle, crackers, chicken salad on let.
tuce, pink and white cream, cake,
truits, candies, coffee and cheese
straws. Those present were Mes-
dames G. B. Brady, Alex Simmons,
Mamie Vauhn, George Ransom Hor
ace Mitchell, Rachel Sanders, Lucin
da Blackman, Dorcas Miller, M. L
Miller, Mr. Blackman, Brady, Sim
mons. Richard Miller, J. W. Butler, Dr
H. C. Miller. John Gilton. Misses EL
ma A. Williams, Lillie May Lilliard,
Dilsy Butler. Johnnie Oneal.
Marriages: !Mr. Ed. Lytle and Miss
Julia Dixon, Mr. Henry Mitchell and
Miss Lura Hudleston.
OBITUARY.
Mrs. Lucretla Birdsong.
Lucretia Birdsong was born in Co
lumbia, Tenn., June 6, 1858, and died
February 27, 1907, at 7:35 o'clock be
ing at the time of her death 48 years,
eight months and 21 days old. She
professed a hope in Christ February,
1882, and Joined Spruce Street Baptist
Church and was baptized by Rev. N
(i. Merry. She was married to E. W.
Birdsong, June 8, 1882, and was to the
morning of her death, married 24
years, 7 months and 39 days. Her Ill
ness, which was of 13 month's dura
tion, was borne by her with Christian
fortitude worthy of mention. Not a
time, was she ever heard to murmur
During her Christian career of 25
years, her life was one full of good
deeds worthy of emulation. She was
very much attached to her church and
us long as her health would permit,
was found present and working in the
Master s vineyard.
Mrs. Birdsong was bound as with an
unbreakable chain, and never dying
love to her family, which consisted of
her husband, Sarah Jones and little
Cr. W. Gore. In her home she "was an
Ideal woman, as all who know of her
will attest, it being her chief desire to
make those about her happy. In re
turn for this there stood ever at her
side during her long hour of suffering
"Eddie," Sarah and her sister Alice,
with anxious hearts both willing and
ready to do what ever she desired in
the tenderest and most gentle way
Whenever she thought they looked de
pressed, she would bid them cheer up,
for, said she, "I am all right. The will
of the Master must be done." On the
morning of her death she called for a
hymn to be played and sung for her
and as-her life sweetly took its flight,
there was being sung softly and sweet
ly, "My soul looks up to Thee," which
she seemed to enjoy.
She leaves to mourn her departure
n kind and loving husband, Sarah,
most faithful and true, five sisters, to
gether with a host of friends and rela
tives. HIRSHBERG BROTHERS' BIG NEW
STORE.
Large Spacious Buildings on Fifth
Avenue and Church Crowded
With New and Up-to-date
Clothing for Ladies and
Gents.
Jliisberg Bros, are now located in
their new quarters at the corner of
Fifth avenue and Church street, and
have a beautiful line of Ready to
Wear Goods for ladies and gents.
This is one of the oldest clothing
firms in the city, and the best evi
dence of their fair dealing and courte
ous treatment is the fact that their
rdd quarters on Third avenue would
no longer accommodate their busi
ness. This firm handles first-class
roods 4md are always in the front
with the styles of the season, in fact
they keep a few paces in the lead of
Ihe other stores in styles and quality.
For years they only handled gents'
clothing, and the business grew to
THESE PRICES
PRICE LIST OK MS MODS.
Best standard corn 7c can
Early June peas 7c czz.
3 'b. can best peaches 2 cans 2."c
3 lb can tomatoes 2 cans 1 ,"c
Best strawberries 2 cans 15c
Best blackberries 2 cans 15c
3 lb. Kentucky brand tomatoes 25c
2 lb. can pears 25c
Pie peaches )c
Best pineappie 15c
String beans i)c
Just a few more cans of liberty
cream corn left, going at 5c acan
Big Soap Stork Must Co Regardless of Cost.
Trite List of Soap.
German family soap 8 bars
.25c
Buster, 6 bars
c
A Snap, io bars.
Octagon, 6 bars.
!5c
.25c
such proportions that they saw fit to
add a shoe department to their store,
and this only proved the way for an
other feature which was the ready
to wear clothing for ladies and chil
dren. After these were added it soon
became evident that the old quarters
were too small, and with their keen
insight to business they set about to
fmd a suitable site and one that
would give ample room for the in
creasing business. This had to be
gone about quietly for desirable busi
ness sites are now at a premium in
this city. But the company was the
successful bidders among many for
the commodious buildings at the cor
ner of Fifth avenue and Church
street.
The buildings have been remodeled
from top to bottom which makes
them practically new, and the attrac
tions are so great that no one can
pass without being tempted to go In
and purchase something.
Hirshberg Bros, see to it that every
customer receives courteous treat
ment, and their reputation for giving
value received needs no comment.
IN HONOR OF TWO.
Mrs. A. J. Polk, of 614 Seventh
avenue, South, entertained in honor
of Miss Sadie Watson and Mr.
Charley Shelton, of Gordansville, Ky.
Miss Watson, who has spent several
months with Mrs. Polk, left Saturday
night for Chicago, where she will
make her home for the future. Mr.
Shelton is a brother of Mrs. Polk, and
has not visited the city for twenty
years. He compliments the city on
its great Improvements.
HELIOTROPE CIRCLE.
The Heliotrope Circle held its first
meeting of the month at the residence
of Mrs. L. R. McCathy on Fogg street,
Monday evening March 11. The
meeting was provided over by the
Piesident, Mrs. Durand Houston.
Quite a delightful evening was spent
in the display of embroidery and
games. After the business of the
Circle, a menu of three courses was
served, which was very much enjoyed
by the following ladies who were
present: Mesdames Houston, Mc
lCay, W. L. McEwen, L. T. McCathy,
C. C. Cotton, S. V. Lofton, Dobson, J.
B. Batte, R. H. Hardiman, L. Reed,
M. A. Cheatham, A. J. Dodd, W. N.
Hill, J. II. Franklin. The next meet
ing will be with Mrs. W. L. Mc
Ewing, of Ewing avenue.
LODGE DIRECTORY.
GRAND LODGE K. OF P.
O C J. P. CRAWFORD.
706 Bass Street. Nashville, Tenn
G. V. C. I. M. STEGALL,
Humboldt, Tenn.
P. G. C. J. H. LaPRADR.
Chattanooga. Tenn
O P REV. T. J. TOWNSEND.
Box 148. Brownsville, Tenn.
G. M. of E. B. F. JOHNSON,
RFiO E. 8th Street. Chattanooga. Tenn.
O Ii J. M. EASTERLING.
903 Georgia Ave., Chattanooga, Tenn
r, K. R. S. DR. R. W. ALLEN,
124-126 E. 9th St.. Chattanooga. Tenn
G M A JOHN SINGLETON,
Knoxville, Tenn
O I o.A. T. HILL,
PulaBki, Tenn.
G M. R. E- GEE
Nashville. Tenn.
G O G. A. W. GLElAVES.
Nashville, Tenn.
i J. R. BLAKE, Jackson and Morrison Streets. I
LS!., ,.'" JLi.-mmiiainiimi i I'll". i'ViTmmSSSE
CASK TO ALL.
Grandma's Borax soap,; 6
packages . , . .25c
Rub-no-more Roap,7 ba s 25c
imnny lar soap, 6 bars
Grandpa Soap. 6 bars
Ivory soap, 6 bars'
Floating Soap, 6 bars '.
.2c
. 25c
25c
25c
Trire List Washinsr Powders.
Prosperity washing powder, 6
packages goc
Rub-no-uiore washing powders, .y
6pickages 25c
Gold Dust Washing Powders, 6
packages 5c
Pearhne Washing Powders, 6
packages 25c
Trice List of Toilet Soap.
3 cakes of Sweet Maiden Soap 10c
3 cakes of Glycerine Soap l()c
3 taKcs rorest Mouquet Soap. l()c
O Att'y. J. THOMAS TURNER.
o Nashvlhe. Tenn.
M. R. DR. A. M TmxrMQmxTTi
a.
2-23 ,06-uVtfb8ter NaShV,Ue' TDn-
ENDOWMENT BOARD:-W F Roy
nolds Pres., w. L. Cansler. Sec'y,
B. F. Johnson, Treas., B. J. Fernandi
DAMON LODGE, NO. 2, K. OF P
Meets at the Pythian Temple, cor-
ier of Fifth and Capitol avenue;, th.
-econd and fourth Wednesdays of each
month.
second - and fourth Thursdays of each
nontn.
J. W. BLAINE, C. C
W. L. CANSLER, K 'of R. A S.
STRINGER LODGEv NO.
Meets at Burma- Hall, corner of
-.edar and McLemore 8'reets, second
tod fourth Mondays of each month
DR. P. R. BURRUS, C. C.
W. A. JAMES. K. of R. & S
3-16-06 utf
I V'ANHOE LODGE. NO 8
Meets at the Pythian Temple, cor-
or ruth and Capitol avenues, the
J. r. IKONS, c. (J.
J. E. MILLER, K. of ft. and a
tf-r'-Oo utf
IYKEE LODGE. NO. H
Meets at the Pythian Temple, cor
"fi or Fitth and Capitol avenues, m
.irsi ana Uimi Wednesdays or t-acn
uontn
W H. ALLISON, J. O.
J: B. SMITH, K 0 R. ft a
2-23-00 utf.
L1GHTFOOT LODUfc, NO 17
vims at the Pythian Temple, corner
it Fifth and Capitol avenues, the first
ind third Mondays of earn month
JOHN P. PORTER. C. C.
L. HAnX. K of R. and S
2-23-06-utf
PURITY LODG. NO. 42. K. OF P..
Meets at the l'ythiaa Temple, cornet
of Fifth and Capitol avenues, second
and fourth Tuesdays of each month
BAILEY TURNER. C. C.
W. M. ALLEN. K. of R. and 8.
l-2-or,-ut.f
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 67, K. of P.
Meets at Benevolent Hall, corner E.
Hill and Factory streets, second and
fourth Tuesday nights of each month
FRIENDSHIP LODGE. NO 72 K
OF P.
MfPts at the Pythian Temple, corner
of Fifth and Capitol aenues. norond
and fourth Mondavs of each month
dr. j. a. McMillan, c. c.
THOMAS C MOORE, K. of R.
and S.
2-23-06-ntf
PRINCE HERRMAN.
The incoming week will bring five
more nights of life-giving fun by
Princo Tlerrman ind Duke Berrymnn.
Thry show nt Gorden Chanel M. E.
Church. Monday night, March 18;
Trinitv Charol A. M. E. Church, Tues
!av nidit, March 19th; St. Ely Bap
':st npu'ch. Wednesday night. March
0Hh: Pro dm Chapel M. E. Church.
Thur,nv n'VM. March 21; Fifteenth
Avenue Baptist Church, Friday night,
March 22nd.
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