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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1S07.
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Don't envy the man with the new Spring suit conic to us make your selejft)nV-
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cl your connorr ironi penccuy tauoreu,ncv
stylish garments from the world's best manufacturers
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Hart, Schaffner & Marx
and College Brand Clothes.
They are fashioned with character and knacks of style that mean
keep the graceful coat lines Collars that set snug about the neck.
It simply cannot sag or pull away another instance of good tail
oring. Coat'fronts that don't wrinkle, sag or break, because the
hidden parts are carefully hand shaped to follow the rounded lines
of the body.
See some of the examples in our show windows
$18 to $35
Oilier Hakes From $10.00 Upwards.
Suur lines comprise me
best manufacturers in the
LI L. country. Men's fine sho.s
filB 2.00 1o .
IIVLV Ladies Queen Qual
ity" shoes $2.50, $.'5.00,
$:i.ro. . '
Hoys children - misses newest Spring Styles
in footwear All the newest shapes in men's
and boys Eater Hats.
SHIRT SPECIAL
The newest Spring patterns cuffs attached and detached
coat front or regulation front all sizes Monarch $1.25 Shirts-
Our Special
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AT OUR
NEW
LOCATION
HIRSHBERG BROS.
CQR. FIFTH
AVE.y
CHURCH ST.
ANNOUNCEMT.
We wish to announce to our many friends that
the Eoonomioal-Sieam LaunclryrCompanyIat- their -last
business meeting on Friday, March 15th,
reorganized and elected the following offi
cers: Dr. J. B. Singleton, President; Prof.
Geo . E . Washington, Scretary; Mr. H. T. Green,
Treasurer; Mr. J. W. Bostlck, General Manager.
This action was necessary by the resignation
of Mr. Arthur G. Price, former manager. Dr.
Singleton purchased the stock owned by Mr.
Price. Our aim is to please the people, and we
realize that this can only be done by giving
first-class service. To do this, we will
equip our plant in the near future with up-to-date
machinery.
We thank you for past favors and earnestly
solicit your patronage in the future.
Respectfully yours,
ECONOMICAL STEAM LAUNDRY COMPANY,
J. W. B0STICK, Manager.
tabllsh, on this property a Widows and
Orphans Home for the colored Ma
sons. In connection with, the home
will be conducted schools, both liter
ary and industrial.
On Palm Sunday the ladies of the
Order of the Eastern Star will hold
services throughout the State and atl figf
the services special collections win
be raised for the benefit of this home;
t is expected that this female depart
ment will raise at least $2,000.
On Easter Sunday the Knights Tem-
rjlars In connection will make special
effort to raise a large sum also for
this home. It Is expected that the
Templars throughout the State will
raise $4,000. While this is a masonic
home, it will be a benefit not only to
the race, but to the city, State and
to the public generally. We, there
fore, call upon friends and the people
to turn out with us on Palm Sunday
at St. Paul A. M. El Churcn at 2:00
o'clock p. m., and on Easter Sunday
at Lea Avenue Christian Church, at
2 o clock d. m.. and assist in this laud
able and Christian , enterprise. Pure
and undefined rellelon before God is to
help the widows in their affliction and
train up the homeless and friendless
orphans in the admonition of the
Lord.
PRESTON TAYLOR, Pres.
J. A. O. BROUGHTON, Sec'y.
A SWELL' AFFAIR
The young men of the "Six
'our Hundred Club," gave an en-
toyable entertainment recently at
thft residence of the Misses Har-
grave, 1106 Twelfth avenue, South,
which was conceded to be one or the
best of the season. The young men
were attired in full dress, and the
young ladles wore pretty evening
dresses. The color scheme was red
and white. Games and dancing were
nduleed in until a very late hour, aft
er which a menu of several courses
was served. Those nresent were Miss
es Elstella Campbell, Mary Cheers, Ce-
ia Hendley, Sallle Duvall, Hattie Mul
len. Robbie Overton. Mattle U Over
ton, Sarah Garner, Matilda Hargrave,
Maggie Hargrave, Messrs. A. w.
Thompson, Milton. Darden, James
Watson. Jeff Winston. Wymon Brady,
Geo. Hicks, Levi Bradly, Robert Mar
tin, Eugene Morton, Horace Harrison,
Earl Sargent, Aaron Bradford, Odum
Harris, Wm. Hargrave.
Eureka Dancing Gias
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC IN
BOYD'S HALL,
CEDAR STREET.
every Monday and Friday nights from,.
8:30 to 9:30. Mr. Dock Liner will j-ivc
instructions free of charge to all wishing
to learn the new dances that are put m.
Good order will be observed. Parents
with children admitted free.
DOCK Instructor.
ADMISSION
15 Cents.
U-7-UG tt'
Ifeed anything - - Call ou
Richard Hi!!,
NOTARY TUIJLIC
Pension vouchers and other impor
tant papers fixed with prompt
ness and dispatch.
ALL - BUSINESS - CONFIDENTIAL
Is your life insured? Is your house
and Furniture Insured? Aren t
You tired paying Rent?
TELEPHONE MA fX JSS.
CEDAR ST., Boyd Bldg. NASHVILLE, TENN.
WANTRD All Ohm-rime ntirl Siin.lav
schools to use our money Gleaners,
Albums, etc., to raise means to pay off
all indebtedness. For sale, by National
Baptist. Publishing Board. $2 Second
avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn.
Incorporated Under the laws of Tennessee.
One-Cent Savings Bank.
CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00.
Doea regular banking business. In
terest paid on all time deposits. Only
institution of its kind in Tennessee.
DEATHS.
Not Mo llcnnett, 10 years.
, L . . , , Henry Stewart, 1G1IG Fifth avenue,
Mattle Wright, 423 Stewart street, 7 ; Nor(h 3? ye;irs
' .Viilia Porter, 718 Wiley street, 4
J( Eliza Edwards, 535 Ramsey street,
'bert Murphy, 321 Twelfth avenue,
A'ortn, i years. years.
George Powder, 230 Kcrkrun street, KatJe
39 years. . 'years.
. Frank Hunt, G16 Norm rim swuei, - Mf)s
M years.
Martha Batcnam, Horton street, 11
Henry Webb, 301 Fifth avenue, S.,
rear, 31 years.
Joe Ferrish, Clifton Pike, 2G years.
Mary Frazier, 232 Eighth street, G5
years.
Wm. llatchett, Cowan Alley, 47
Lofton, Cedar street, G3
Eliza Merrit, luu ueuar sireei, 01 ,
Jl Samuel Mabry, 1700 Sixth avenue, j
North. 18 years. , ,
Mattie Chambers, 310 'lentn sucei,j
years.
" Patience (Ionian, Clifton Pike, 23
5Tucrctia Bynlsonw 419 First avenue.
South, 4S years.
Julia Kins, 123 Fairfield street, 6
months. ,
Wade Sims. 23 Bucks alley 6 days.
Infant of Sadie Moman, 1729 Third
a7ffntT Airdla Young, 1608 Phil
Hp street.
oscow Bradley, 1 Sunset avenue, 2
years.
Chas. C. Murray, 1710 Sixteenth ave
nue, 41 years.
Geo. James, 501 Seventh avenue,
South, Gl years.
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
Before 1). IT. Burke. Justice of the
Peace in and for Davidson County.
Tenn., Bessie Nunion Armstrong by
etc., vs. K. F. Badoux.
In this cause it annearlne lv affi
davit that defendant K. F. Badoux is
indebted to Plaintiff, Bessie Nunion
Armstrong by etc., in the sum of five
hundred dollars due by damages, and
that E. F. Badoux Is a nnn-rpsidpnt. of
the State of Tennessee and due proc
ess of law cannot be served upon him
and an original attachment has been
issued and levied on the following
real estate, to wit: Being Lot No. 59.
at No. 409 Gay street. Said lot No. 59
fronts 42 feet on Gay street and runs
back between parallel lines seventy
two feet (72 ft.), being the property of
El F. Badoux. It Is. therefore, ordered
that publication be made In the Nash
ville Globe, a newsnaner Published In
Davidson County, Tenn., for- four con
secutive weeks, commanding the said
defendant to appear before me or
some other Justice of the Peace of said
county at my office No. 329 Deaderick
street, Nashville, Tenn., on the 27th
day of April, 1907, at 1 p. m., and
make defense in said suit, or It will be
pioceeded with ex parte.
D. U. BURKE.
Justice of Peace for Davidson Coun
ty, Tenn.
SHELBYVILLE NOTES.
Shelbvville has been made quite
lively recently by a revival of inter
est In Pythianlsm.
iDr. R. F. Boyd and Sir Knight N.
N. Revnolds were in town last week
and paid the heirs of a deceased Cal-
anthean $100. A large puonc meeung
was held in the Assemhiy Hail oitne
Turner Normal Institute. Dr. J. a.
Jones acted as master of ceremonies.
The visit of these two gentlemen has
resulted in the organization of a
strnnir Court of Calanthe nd a Juven
ile hfisides the addition or a numoer
of new men to the lodge. The Court
ronslsta of many of tho leading wom
en of the town. Great preparations
nr bfilncr made to observe the Pytn
lone ThnnVfifrlvine dav. Dr.J. A.
1 u ii u . 1 w
innp will nreach the sermon.
The winter term of Turner Normal
Institute closes this week. The fac
nitv ami students are busy prepar
ing a very imposing and elaoiate
program to be rendered Friday night,
the 22nd. The school is enjoying a
bp son nf ereat prosperity this year.
Palm Sunday will be observed by
the Masonlcs and the Eastern Star.
Services will be held at the A. M. iu.
Phnrrh.
Th a Tmmaculates are getting busy
about the celebration of Easter. They
oro miltA numerous here.
ppv tt TT. Hinton. nastor of the M.
E. Church, is visiting in Kentucky.
Rumor has it that he may emigrate to
that state.
PRINCE HERRMAN.
Tho neoule of Nashville are invited
to laugh with Prince Herrman and
Duke Berryman during the Incoming
week at the following named places:
First Rantist Church. East Nash
ville, Monday night, March 25th; Afro-
in.nvloiin Mpphnnlcs Council 8 Hal
421 Fourth avenue, South, Tuesday
nh . March 26; First Baptist unurcn,
Wt, Nashville, Wednesday nigm,
March 27; St. John Baptist Churcn,
Thursday night, March zstn; L,aKe
Providence Baptist Churcn, uriday
and Saturday nights, March JJ9tn ana
30th.
It. H. Boyd, President,
J.W. Bostick, Vice President,
J.C. Napikr, Cashier.
CN. Langston, Teller.
411 FOURTH AVENUE, NORTH,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
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BIG GROCERS
OF
SOUTH NASHVILLE.
We do a SPOT CASH Business. All floods
Strictly MKs 1 LLA55. wccarryaiuii
line of Everything in the
tfrocery line.
WE SOLICIT THE PATRONAGE OF
EVERYBODY.
801 Ewing Ave., Corner of Fogg St.
Tel. Main. 3638 Y.
PRICE LIST.
2 lb. cans of corn 15c
1 1 lb. cans of earlv Tune Peas 15c
2 3 lb. cans of bartlet peaa 20c
2 2 :b. cans 01 raspberries loe
McCaskey Nut Meg with Grater .....10c
"Can't Be Beat on the Market."
1-4 -'07 tf.
Residence, 101 Lafayette St. Tel. 789
Dr G. H. Bandy,
Office, 403 S. Cherry St.
OFFICE HOURS:
9 to 1 1 a. m. X 3 to 4 p. m.
and
6 to 8 p. m.
Telephone 1181. Nashville, Tenn.
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NEGRO MASONS OF TENNESSEE.
The "Worshipful Grand Lodge of the
Free, Ancient and Accepted Masons
of the State of Tennessee hns '--ntly
pn retired a be? :if -v-r. -
containing fort . . !,
about three miles from the city on the
Lebanon pike, for the Widows and Or
phans Home. There,; purpose U to es-
MARRIAGES.
Andrew Hewitt and Nora Woodlay.
Tamps ftass and Julia Combs.
Thomas H. Duncan and Willie Wat-
kins.
Will Houston and Jertle Smith.
John Whiteside and Mary Bryant.
James Coleman and Mergt Hill.
Joe Rhodes and Lethy Harcy.
Samuel Mason and Hattie May An
derson.
Will Rollin and A. Klmbro.
John Rucker and Nancy Wade.
James Watklns and Anna Lee.
John Byrns and Alice Halfance.
c -.tel Davis and Alma Boyd.
.V'.Trt! Kelly and' Maude C
rris and Maggie Edmond
son
Fred Shute and Emma King.
Wra. Allison and Lizzie Bradshaw.
If you want to buy,
If you want to sell,
If you want to rent,
See T. CLAY MOORE,
The Real Estate Aaent.
119 Cedar street. Boyd Building
Phone 967. (TJp Stair?
t-ai-n tf
Marshall Cardwell and Susie Mur
phy.
John Scott and Elgle Alexander.
Marshall Worley and Rose M. John
son. Wm. Weakley and Cornelia Thomp
son. Sam Ham and Rhode Lockhard.
Ben Davis and Eunice Donelson.
Wm. Ross and Mattin 'Rlln f!nnlr
Richard Watson and .Tanie Gooch.
George Terrell and Hattie Mae An
derson. Anthony Klmbro and Ella Buch-anon.
jonn uucker and Nancy Wade.
J. A. Bly and Annie Lee.

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